Go to the coonawarra wine area and visit the Wynn winery. Entering South Australia from Victoria, turn C212 to A66 (riddoch highway) and follow the A66 highway to the south. Wynn Winery is on the right side of the road.
The winery is huge, and it is endless to describe. The most famous of this region is its unique natural phenomenon-red soil. The red land zone is not high above sea level, it is shaped like a cigar, it stretches 15 kilometers and is about 1 kilometers wide. It actually evolved from the ancient coastline. This surface layer of red soil is rich in nutrients and is easily permeable, but it is very thin, only 5 to 100 cm thick. This is the most suitable soil for growing grapes in Australia.
There is a reception center in the winery, which introduces the geology and history of the winery of coonawarra. There are souvenirs to buy and wine tasting. I drive, so I can only watch my friend taste it.
In Coonawarra, you can walk into a winery at will, and most wineries will not charge wine tasting fees and will not sell you. If you happen to drink a wine that you like at a reasonable price, or a limited wine that is only available at the winery, you might as well buy a bottle and enjoy it slowly.
Coonawarra is located in the Limestone Coast region of South Australia and is famous for producing high-quality red wines. To the northwest is the production area of Mount Benson near the sea, and to the north is the production area of Wrattonbully. Coonawarra has red soil unique to the limestone coast area. The region has a Mediterranean climate, the southern ocean has a cooling effect on the climate here, and the rainfall during the grape growing period is low, so the vineyards generally require irrigation. The Cabernet sauvignon wines produced in this region have always been praised by the world; these wines exude the aroma of black currant, mint and cedar, their taste is extremely balanced, and the tannins are very fine. Coonawarra's Shiraz wines generally have aromas of raspberry and black pepper. Coonawarra's Riesling is not produced in large quantities, but its brewing history is relatively long. In addition, there are some wine blends made with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot grapes in the production area. These blends are also unique wine types in Australia. Before entering South Australia, there is a big sign of Australia's "Quarantine Department Restrictions" on the road. Fresh fruits and vegetables must be kept in the front trash can. Violators will be fined up to 2,000 Australian dollars. As a result, we stood by the trash can and ate all the fruits we brought, saving lunch. Port Elliot is one of the most pleasant beach areas in South Australia and a popular tourist destination. Port Elliot is a modern seaside village lined with cafes, antiques and gift shops along The Strand. Feel the fine sand between your toes in the picturesque Horseshoe Bay. Its wide beaches and safe swimming conditions will make it popular with children. Summarize the stops on the Great Ocean Road to Adelaide: the first day, lorne; the second day, port campbell; the third day, mount gambier; the fourth day, take Route 66 to Adelaide.