Adelaide Hills

The Adelaide Hills wine region spreads along the Mount Lofty Ridges in the north to Mount Compass in the South. It has been a registered AGI in the name Adelaide Hills since 1998. The region is known for the growth of a variety of vines, including many quality white varieties.

Grape growth in Adelaide Hills is predominantly white. The most planted grape is Sauvignon Blanc closely followed by Chardonnay. There is also quite an extensive planting of Pinot Gris. This allows for a wide range of quality white wines to be produced. Explore below to see our range of Adelaide Hills white wines.

The Adelaide Hills wine region spreads along the Mount Lofty Ridges in the north to Mount Compass in the South. It has been a registered AGI in the name Adelaide Hills since 1998. The region is known for the growth of a variety of vines, including many quality white varieties.

Grape growth in Adelaide Hills is predominantly white. The most planted grape is Sauvignon Blanc closely followed by Chardonnay. There is also quite an extensive planting of Pinot Gris. This allows for a wide range of quality white wines to be produced. Explore below to see our range of Adelaide Hills white wines.

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