Bare Winemakers Regions
The rolling hills of Adelaide house some of the best vineyards in the country amidst a profusion of some of the best vineyard views, broken up by quaint German and English style townships that add character and enchantment to this beloved grape-growing region. The Adelaide Hills makes some of the country’s finest dry white styles (think Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay) as well as prized reds such as Pinot Noir, Shiraz and even Nebbiolo.
The Limestone Coast is a celebrated part of South Australia’s winemaking history. It represents some of the great vineyard sites of South Australia including Coonawarra, Wrattonbully, Padthaway and Robe – all known for their production of fuller bodied wines style so making the perfect fruit source for the Bare Winemakers wines. The climate of the Limestone Coast is characterised by warm summers, cool winters and during the growing season warm days and cool nights, ensuring even ripening.
The McLaren Valley needs little introduction as one of the most celebrated and loved regions of South Australia. The Vale is an enviable region thanks to its proximity to the sea and is blessed with a maritime climate that see’s hot days and cool breezes at night. The region is famous for its distinctive red wines particularly Shiraz and Grenache but it also has become a beacon of quality for alternative varieties. It’s a rich tapestry of vineyards nestled in picturesque landscape all framed by an iconic coastline that makes it one of the world’s most memorable wine regions to visit.