In 1997 one of the Addams Williams brothers switched address from the banks of the Usk to the Adelaide Hills, taking the name of their four hundred year old estate with him. This coastal region, a mere 25 minute drive from Adelaide, was chosen for its 360 metre high Mount Lofty Ranges, which in turn offers a myriad of valleys & mesoclimates. The Llangibby estate produces four wines, including a Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc & Cabernet Sauvignon. This is the second vintage of Tempranillo. Along with the Eden & Clare Valleys further north, the Adelaide Hills is one those cool spots recently identified as a promising viticultural zone. Tempranillo would seem a good choice, given climatic similarities with its Spanish base. And despite being young vines, there's a generosity and freshness to savour.