The Lane Vineyard, near Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills, is 400 metres above sea level. Shaped by this altitude and southerly latitudes the cooler climate is ideal for growing grapes destined to become wines of distinction, wines with impressive structure, minerality and natural acidity. North facing single vineyard sites maximize autumn sunlight for later ripening varietals, South facing sites favor aromatic whites and sparkling wines.

90 points:

The Lane Vineyard 2013 Shiraz, Block 5, Adelaide Hills, Australia ($19)

Deep color; juicy and ripe with blackberry, blueberry and spice; pepper, clean, toasty and fresh; balanced, smooth and lush.
— Anthony Dias Blue

89 points:


The Lane Vineyard 2013 Chardonnay, Block 1A, Adelaide Hills, Australia ($19)

Golden color; silky texture, juicy and crisp; fresh, clean and tangy with nice citrus and pear; long and focused, bright and balanced.
— Anthony Dias Blue

91 points:

The Lane Vineyard 2015 Single Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc, Block 10, Adelaide Hills ($19)