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Whilst many grape growers were practicing viticulture in the central Mount Lofty Ranges from as early as 1840, many of these early vineyards actually went bankrupt in the early 1900’s and the land used instead for dairying and livestock. Revived by a group of pioneering producers in the 1970’s who recognised the ideal cool climate for grape growing, Adelaide Hills is now considered a relatively young wine region that offers a diverse range of wines. The landscape of steep hills and deep valleys create different microclimates that inspire the creativity of local winemakers.
Only 20 minutes from Adelaide, this region experiences cool, dry summers and crisp winters for an overall cooler climate. Combined with the higher-altitude, this allows for the classic production of Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, as well as creating alternative varieties. Adelaide Hills is now known to be home to small artisan winemakers who continue to push the boundaries of traditional grape growing for a contemporary range of wine styles.
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