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Mount Benson

Mount Benson is a wine region located just a few kilometres north of Robe and overlooks the magnificent Guichen Bay.

Mount Benson is best known for producing world-class wines with grapes first planted in this area in the 1980’s.

Mount Benson – Cellar Door Tastings & Wine Region Map, South Australia

Some of the most popular wineries located at Mount Benson include Cape Jaffa Wines, Ralph Fowler Wines, Wangolina Station, Cape Thomas and Wehls Mount Benson. Visit some of their cellar doors to taste some of the best vintages from this region and enjoy a day out on the beautiful Limestone Coast.

Mount Benson is conveniently located between the large townships of Robe and Kingston SE. It is also proximate to the other popular wine growing regions in South Australia including Coonawarra, Penola, Mount Gambier and Wrattonbully.

The cool and rugged climate makes for perfect grape growing conditions and farmers produce delicious red wines including Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz, Merlot and Pinot Noir.

Many of the restaurants around this region sell these locally produced wines, so if you don’t have time to travel from cellar door to cellar door, just make sure to ask for a local glass of wine on your next visit to South Australia!

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