Unmistakable, individual and unforgettable.

Kangaroo Island was declared an internationally recognised wine region in 2000.  The first vineyard was planted in the mid-1980s and Kangaroo Island now boasts more than 20 vineyard owners working about 120 hectares, or 300 acres, of grapevines.  It forms part of South Australia’s Fleurieu Zone, which includes such renowned wine regions such as McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek, but its unique microclimate makes it unmistakable, individual and unforgettable.