The Regions

 
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  • Eden Valley
    The Eden Valley region was established by pioneer Charles Crane in 1866 around the nearby North Para River system and is home to Henschke's iconic vineyards - Hill of Grace and Mount Edelstone.
  • Barossa Valley
    The Barossa Valley region from which Henschke sources some of their fruit is often referred to as the valley floor. Stretching from as far north as Truro down to Williamstown in the south, it hugs the Barossa Range and pushes westward past Greenock and Seppeltsfield.
  • Adelaide Hills
    The Adelaide Hills winegrowing district is a 70km swathe of the South Mount Lofty Ranges stretching from Mount Pleasant in the north to Mount Compass in the south.