Henschke, Mount Edelstone Vineyard, Barossa Valley, South Australia © Henschke and Co.

Henschke, Mount Edelstone Vineyard, Barossa Valley, South Australia © Henschke and Co.

Adelaide’s best wine regions

The d'Arenberg Cube, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia © d’Arenberg

The d'Arenberg Cube, McLaren Vale, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia © d'Arenberg

Sun rays through dark clouds over St Hugo winery in the Barossa Valley, Adelaide, South Australia © St Hugo

St Hugo, Barossa Valley, South Australia © St Hugo

Did you know?

If you happen to be there on a Saturday, you can stop by the Barossa Farmers Market and fill up your picnic basket with delicious local goods.

360° Panorama Experience, The Lane Vineyard, Adelaide Hills, South Australia © Adam Bruzzone

360° Panorama Experience, The Lane Vineyard, Adelaide Hills, South Australia © Adam Bruzzone

Fun fact

At more than 710 metres (2,329 feet) above sea level, Mount Lofty is the highest point in the ranges. The lookout offers panoramic views as far as Kangaroo Island and Yorke Peninsula on clear days.

Two people bike riding the Riesling Trail in Clare Valley, Adelaide, South Australia © Mike Annese

Riesling Trail, Clare Valley, Adelaide, South Australia © Mike Annese

Two people enjoying a wine tasting in a wine cellar at Brand's Laira, Coonawara, Adelaide, South Australia © Adam Bruzzone

Brand's Laira, Coonawara, Adelaide, South Australia © Adam Bruzzone

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