The Two Islands Wines is a collection of wines originating from South Australia, the wine capital of Australia where the art of blending comes naturally, designed to offer distinct Australian wine characteristics and to match with any local cuisines.
Between the Pacific Coast in Queensland to the Indian Ocean Coast in South Australia the continent offers up dry riverbeds, rain forests, mountain ranges, endless scrublands, red deserts and eventually the cooler wine-growing valleys of the south coast. South-Eastern Australia is officially classified as a viticultural ‘super zone’ covering the entire south-eastern third of Australia. The region is he Australian wine industry’s powerhouse state, producing most of the nation’s wine and boasting some of the oldest individual vines in the world.
In addition to being host to some of the world’s oldest vines, the State also has a diversity of regions ranging from the relatively warm temperature climate of the Barossa Valley through to the maritime precincts of the McLaren Vale, Southern Fleurieu, Currency Creek and Langhorne Creek regions on the Fleurieu Peninsula and across the cooler Adelaide Hills region to the hotter Riverland region on the Murray River.
Two Islands wines are made from this rich and diverse wine land and using some of its most famous varietals; South Australia is famous for its fantastic Riesling and Barossa Shiraz especially, is renowned throughout the world as one of the best.