South Australia’s verdant hills and lush valleys hide away some of the country’s most famous wine regions. Renowned for its full blooded reds, Barossa Valley is a big deal by any standards and is home to iconic brands including Jacob’s Creek. Along with some in McLaren Vale just south of Adelaide, some of the grapevines in Barossa Valley are among the oldest in the world. Just twenty minutes outside of Adelaide, award-winning wineries fill Adelaide Hills. Clare Valley is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions and is best known for its Rieslings and Cabernet Sauvignon. It also has heritage towns and conservation parks.