Robe is an exciting, emerging wine region located on an unspoilt, rugged coastal landscape nestled between lakes and the Southern Ocean on South Australia’s Limestone Coast. It is situated between the townships of Robe and Beachport and is south of the Mount Benson wine region.
The historic seaside resort of Robe is a mixture of old-world charm and new-world hospitality, interspersed with stunning beaches and rugged cliffs, tranquil lakes and mountainous sand dunes.
Robe is famous for its crayfish and you can purchase the best catch from local outlets, or order it at local hotels and restaurants. Vineyard development began to flourish in the mid to late 1990s. The soils, aspect and protected maritime climate, along with the long and gentle growing season, are distinctive attributes leading to the production of powerful yet elegant wines.