One of the earliest wineries in the McLaren Vale district, the Kay Brothers Amery Vineyards is still in the hands of the ... More
Kay Brothers Amery Vineyards
One of the earliest wineries in the McLaren Vale district, the Kay Brothers Amery Vineyards is still in the hands of the family that founded it, perched on the side of a hill overlooking the beautiful Southern Vales. A relatively small vineyard by modern standards, the wines remain strictly regional and of a consistently high quality. It is quite likely that you may go to taste the wines and find the current winemaker Colin Kay grandson of one of the original Kay Brothers, behind the counter.
Not only does Coriole produce very pleasant wines it is also noted for home grown olive oil. Having a Mediterranean
climate, the Mclaren Vale area is conducive to growing fine olives as well as grapes. New plantings are resulting ...
Forty minutes from Adelaide, the McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Centre provides a lot more than accommodation and wine information.
The region has 48 cellar doors which does not include the centre's own vineyard. A rose nursery, home grown ...
The largest winery in the Mclaren Vale area, Hardys was founded in 1853. In an enviable position right in the
middle of the township, Tintara is the base for production of the premium wines in the BRL Hardy range ...