La Prova lives for making and exploring Italian varieties in Australia, working with the best sites and growers suited to the variety. Much of this happens in our backyard, the Adelaide Hills, which is a bit like a mini-Italy, where Northern Italian varieties flourish from the highest and coolest districts which rise steeply only 8km as the crow flies from the Gulf of St Vincent, to the rolling cool central ‘Hills towns and then the land then gently descends to the warmer districts of Kersbrook in the north, and Macclesfield to the south, where southern Italian varieties will fully ripen.
The cellar door is on 102 Main St, Hahndorf, and is open the first weekend of every month, Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 5pm. Here, you can take your time over a flight of five wines served with local cheese and crackers, grazing plates are also available to purchase for something more substantial
Download a PDF heritage map of sites that will give you a glimpse of Hahndorf’s history and development. As you stroll under the avenue of trees planted in1885 by the Hahndorf community, imagine the traffic of that time; cows being driven to pasture by young lads, people on foot or astride horses, carriages and distinctive German wagons bumping along the rutted dirt road.
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Located just half an hour from Adelaide, Hahndorf is a contemporary village proud of its German heritage. Stroll the tree-lined main street and discover butcher, baker and candlestick makers, shops, galleries and studios, a cheese maker, leathersmith, jeweller, a craft brewery, winery cellar doors, gin distillery, chocolatier, traditional sweet shops, German-style pubs, multicultural restaurants and cafés.
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Hahndorf, Adelaide Hills South Australia, Australia