Currency Creek is a beautiful part of the world and it has wine to match. The main varieties are Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Shiraz. The climate is warm but moderated by ocean and lakes.
See cellar doors and wonderful country within an hour or so of Adelaide.
Ulithorne is one of Australia’s leading small quantity wine producers. The property’s original owners planted the first vines in 1971. Try the Frux Frugis Shiraz, which gets better with every release. Taste the cassis, chocolate and black fruit. The cellar door is at The Mill in Middleton, open for tastings on Saturdays and Sundays. Admire art and antiques while you’re there.
Ballast Stone Estate is the largest vineyard in the region. Its comfortable tasting room is open seven days a week. Try award-winning wines. They’re a favourite with wine connoisseurs. Ballast Stone Estate’s range of labels includes Ballast Stone Estate Range, Stonemason and Steeple Jack. Tastings are also available at Signal Point in Goolwa.
Want something gourmet? Make a booking to visit Currency Hill Wines. Their cellar door has a wood fired oven. Eat delicious pizza and try quality wine. No need to taste and run. You can stay as long as you like.
Currency Creek Estate is family owned. You can stroll through gardens and vineyards. The cellar door is open seven days. Friendly and knowledgeable staff will guide you through a range of wines. The cellar door also stocks local produce from the Fleurieu Peninsula. Find sauces, chutneys, olive oils and body products. Dine in the restaurant. The menu changes with the seasons. Eat the best local cuisine from an á la carte menu.
Deep Creek Wines is a boutique winery. The cellar door is open Wednesday through Sunday. Sit by a fire in winter and sip some red wine. Sample freshly baked bread, dipped in olive oil and dukka. Tea, coffee and hot chocolate is available and free for designated drivers. Picnic and barbecue facilities are also available.
You can bank on great wine at Currency Creek.