McLaren Vale is 42 kilometres south of Adelaide, capital of South Australia. The first grapevines were planted here in 1838 as it was seen as an ideal grape-growing location – nestled between rolling hills and 63 kilometres of picturesque, pristine coastline.
The Mediterranean climate, ancient landscape (diverse soils dating back 550 million years) and micro-climates provide unique winemaking opportunities. McLaren Vale’s natural beauty, food, wine and art culture make it one of Australia’s finest tourism regions.
For more information on our beautiful wine region, please visit the McLaren Vale website www.mclarenvale.info