Finding Riverland

Finding Riverland the giant SA wine region you’ve never heard of

Brett met an energetic young man by the name of Con-Greg Grigoriou about 2 years back and knew he was the real deal. Brimming with passion, enthusiasm and heritage, Greg was a breath of fresh air with a story to share having grown up on the family vineyard in the Riverland.

Yeah mate they’re Italian varietals from the Riverland where I grew up, all organic, vegan-friendly and minimal intervention, Ankles a local artist designed the labels, he’s pretty cool … I just want to make fun, easy drinking booze, no pretention, at fair prices for everybody – Con-Greg

A quick slurp, a beer and a handshake, we knew we’d discovered a real gem…and have loved Delinquente from that moment on
A Star on the Rise for sure…

Read the full AFR Article – ‘Finding Riverland, the giant SA region you’ve never heard of’ by MAX ALLEN.

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