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          • Shaw + Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2021  Front Label
            Shaw + Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2021
            Sauvignon Blanc from Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Australia
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            • JS94
            • WE93
            • V91
            • WS90
            3.9 155 Ratings
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          • Shaw + Smith Shiraz 2019  Front Label
            Shaw + Smith Shiraz 2019
            Syrah/Shiraz from Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Australia
            • D98
            • JS95
            • JH94
            • WE90
            3.7 15 Ratings
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          Learn about Adeliade Hills wine, common tasting notes, where the region is and more ...

          A narrow band of hills and valleys east of the city of Adelaide, the Adelaide Hills region is a diverse landscape featuring a variety of microclimates. In general it is moderate with high-altitude areas cooler and wetter compared to its warmer, lower areas.

          Piccadilly Valley, the part of Adelaide Hills closest to the city, was first staked out by a grower named Brian Croser, in the 1970s for a cool spot to grow Chardonnay, then uncommon in Australia. Today a good amount of the Chardonnay goes to winemakers outside of the region.

          Producers here experiment with other cool-climate loving aromatic varieties like Pinot Gris, Viognier and Riesling. Charming sparkling wine is also possible. On its north side, lower, west-facing slopes make full-bodied Shiraz.

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