Ulithorne Wines’ obsession with ‘the source’ has seen our winemakers travel globally, exploring in particular the Rhone region of France and its wines, but settling and establishing vineyards in South Australia’s McLaren Vale region.

And while many are happy to simply see wine as a reflection of a ‘region’ such as McLaren Vale, at Ulithorne we look much deeper, acknowledging the concept of terroir, but applying it with meticulous individual attention.

Our winemaking focuses more closely than on a region or even a parcel of land. It takes into account not merely aspect and climate but the very minutiae of terroir above ground and below.

The understanding of the soil itself, as well as recognition of the subsoils and how the subtle rise and fall in the depth of this ancient stone under each piece of land influences each vine and its fruit.

Ulithorne Wines philosophy of singularity leads to tiny batches of wine that can be hard to find, but is always eagerly sought by aficionados.

We are confident that those who know and appreciate our wines share some of our own attributes – the willingness to take time, appreciate each tiny detail and value authenticity.

Ulithorne Vineyards | McLaren Vale