South Australia is known all over the world for it's wine regions. While sampling a bottle or two might help you find your favourite variety, you can't really experience a region until you've spent a few days immersing yourself in everything on offer.
Do you have a favourite wine region escape? Take a look at some of SA's wine regions, and let us know where in we'll find your favourite.
Even without wineries, the Barossa would be a lovely place to visit. Charming towns dot the region, and you'll find great local produce, small bakeries, and communities that love to share the great food and wine of the region.
The Barossa is home to some of the biggest wineries, like Wolf Blass and Jacob's Creek. Their large visitor centres can be a good first point for people new to the region, but at the same time often lack the charm of some of the smaller wineries. Check Gibson Wines or Tscharke's Place for some interesting cellar doors.
The Adelaide Hills has a cooler climates, which influences the wines produces in this region. It's also one of the closest regions to Adelaide CBD, which means it's an easy wine region to visit anytime.
This is the home of Riesling, so even if you're not a white drinker make sure you try some while you're in the Clare Valley. The Clare Valley's history goes back to the 1840s, and many of the wineries also have a rich story to tell.
Come down to the Clare Valley for A Day on the Green at Annie's Lane. It's a great spot to taste some wines and visit the wine museum, but during A Day on the Green the vineyard really comes alive with music, community, and wine.
The McLaren Vale region is characterised by the combination of sea and vines, which is also the name of the region's main wine festival, and often when in McLaren Vale you'll branch out to the wider Fleurieu Peninsula.
You'll find so many wineries here within such a short distance of each other, and it's an easy trip to take from Adelaide.
But that's far from it when it comes to South Australian wine regions, including the Coonawarra and the Riverland. So let us know your favourite wine region, and all the reasons that make it stand out.