How a single vineyard became SA’s Little Italy of the wine world

How a single vineyard became SA’s Little Italy of the wine world

Over the years this column has focused regularly on the so-called “alternative” or “emerging” wine grape varieties that have created a growing following among winemakers and plenty of tasty adventures for curious consumers. Many of the wines reviewed began their lives in the Adelaide Hills district of Kersbrook at a 120-hectare vineyard grown by Caj Amadio, who began planting there in the late 1990s.

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