South Australia | Piccadilly Valley | Adelaide Hills: 'Peramangk', Tapanappa: 'Stick to the Path'

Our Review

Tapanappa was founded by Brian and Ann Croser in 2002. Through Tapanappa, Brian is continuing a career-long mission of producing unique ‘wines of terroir’ – matching the climate, soil and geology to the right varieties from Tapanappa's three distinguished sites in SA. Wines are made from the Whalebone Vineyard at Wrattonbully (planted to cabernet sauvignon, shiraz and merlot in '74), the Tiers Vineyard (planted to chardonnay in '79) situated in the Adelaide Hills' Piccadilly Valley, and the Foggy Hill Vineyard on the southern tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula (pinot noir). The winery and cellar door are located in the heart of the Piccadilly Valley. -JAMES HALLIDAY


Chardonnay, pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon, merlot


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Winemaker Brian Croser
Viticulturalist Brian Croser
Traditional Place Name Adelaide Hills: 'Peramangk', Tapanappa: 'Stick to the Path'
Region Piccadilly Valley
Address 15 Spring Gully Road, Piccadilly, SA 5151
Established 2002
Dozens 2500
Vineyards (area) 16.7 ha
Opening Hours 7 days 11–4
Telephone (08) 7324 5301
Website www.tapanappa.com.au