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Clare Valley: region
The home of Australia’s Reisling!
South Australia, Australia
Mediterranean-style warm climate with maritime breezes
Number of wineries
Riesling, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon

Welcome to the home of Australia’s Riesling! With a history of wine-making dating back over 160 years, it is steeped with tradition and heritage as one of Australia’s oldest wine-producing areas with many family-run wineries operating alongside innovative new producers. Known worldwide for its signature wine; the Reisling, Clare Valley also produces award-winning red varieties such as Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Located approximately 100km north of Adelaide, it is only a 90-minute drive out of the city to reach the breathtaking countryside that forms the foundation of Clare Valley’s famous vineyards. Nestled between winding country roads, there are over 50 cellar doors in this stunning 40km stretch between Auburn and Clare. With elevated sites and alluvial soils, the warm temperature of the area is combated by cooling maritime breezes. This combination of Mediterranean-style climate and geological features are perfect for aromatic whites and allow Clare Valley to continue to produce Australia’s famous rieslings.

The home of Australia’s Reisling!

Experiences and attractions

Riesling Trail

The Riesling trail follows the former railway from Auburn to Clare, winding through the picturesque Clare Valley. Suitable for day walkers and bikes, this 35km trail travels past vineyards, cellar doors and many other visitor attractions for the ideal outdoor experience.

Sevenhills Cellar

Visit the oldest winery in the Clare Valley! Established in 1851 by Jesuits to create sacramental wine, Sevenhills Cellar continues with this tradition today alongside producing premium table grown wines. Distinctive for their estate-grown wines, learn more about their notable heritage first hand with a visit to Sevenhill Cellar.

Bungaree Station

Established in 1841, Bungaree Station offers the authentic experience of discovering a historic station complex. Resembling a small village with its own church, station shop, woolsheds and more, this is still an operating farm with several self-guided or group tour options to explore the rich history.
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