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Wrattonbully

Wrattonbully is a wine region located between the townships of Padthaway and Coonawarra in South Australia. Wrattonbully has the famous terra-rossa-rich soil that is famous along the limestone coast.

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There are around 50 grape growers and 20 producers of wine in this region with many well-known brands as well as boutique wineries located here. The first vines were planted in around 1885 with the region being well known for producing quality grapes suitable for export around the 1920’s. By 1969, Shiraz grapes were in their prime as well as Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.

Located between 75-100 metres above sea level, the temperate climate of Wrattonbully means that this region produces a wide range of quality red wines, but the hilly sections prevent widespread frost.

Some of the most popular wineries and grape growers in this region include Patrick Wines, Yalumba, Hollick Wines, Gum Park Vineyards, 2 Red Sheds and Cumberoona Wines. There are a number of events hosted throughout the year including the Wrattonbully Food and Wine Race day which is typically held in November.

There are plenty of accommodation options located around this region, so check out the nearby townships of Penola, Coonawarra and Naracoorte. Click the link below to find some great deals!

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