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ADELAIDE HILLS, RIVERINA and BAROSSA, AUSTRALIA

 

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Cranswick Wines is backed by Graham Cranswick-Smith with whom we have worked for many years. The family name Cranswick is thought to derive from Crane’s Wyke (the village of cranes) in Yorkshire, as recorded in the medieval Domesday Book. The Sarus Crane is the only crane native to Australia and is the world’s tallest flying bird, standing at around two metres tall with a wing span of two and a half metres. Cranswick offers a three tier range of classic wines designed to be superb examples of Australian varietals from carefully selected vineyards in New South Wales and South Australia.