Adelina are a small vineyard and winery in the
Springfarm sub-region of Clare, set amongst one of
the most historically relevant winery and vineyards in
Australia. They have small plantings of well established Shiraz,
Grenache and Pedro Ximenez, also recently established Shiraz
They also work with a very small group of growers in Clare
and the Adelaide Hills whom grow fruit for their non-estate
wines. The winery is rustic in a sense of mod-cons
and mechanisation, where the most elaborate piece
of equipment would be the coffee machine.
Champagne Laherte Frères
Jean-Baptiste Laherte set up the family estate in 1889, planting most of the vines in the village of Chavost, which was to become Chavot. The estate gradually grew over generations, and...
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