Wines by Chain Of Ponds
Chain Of Ponds Amadeus Cabernet Sauvignon
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Cabernet Sauvignon
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $31.99
  $383.00
Available in cartons of six
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Chain Of Ponds Amelias Letter Pinot Grigio
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Pinot Grigio
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $19.49
  $233.00
Available by the dozen
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Chain Of Ponds Black Thursday Sauvignon Blanc
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Sauvignon Blanc
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $19.49
  $233.00
Available by the dozen
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Chain Of Ponds Corkscrew Road Chardonnay
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Chardonnay
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $32.99
  $395.00
Available in cartons of six
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Chain Of Ponds Diva Pinot Chardonnay
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Chardonnay PinotNoir
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $19.49
  $233.00
Available by the dozen
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Chain Of Ponds Graves Gate Shiraz
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Shiraz
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $19.49
  $233.00
Available by the dozen
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Chain Of Ponds Innocence Pinot Rose
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Pinot Noir
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $19.49
  $233.00
Available by the dozen
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Chain Of Ponds Millers Creek Chardonnay
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Chardonnay
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $19.49
  $233.00
Available by the dozen
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Chain Of Ponds Section 400 Pinot Noir
WineryChain Of Ponds
Fruit Pinot Noir
Regions Adelaide Hills
  South Australia
  Each $19.49
  $233.00
Available by the dozen
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About Chain Of Ponds Winery
The Chain of Ponds winery was established in 1985 on the outskirts of Gumeracha, approximately 4km from the original township
The Chain of Ponds initially described a creek which ran all the way from beyond Kersbrook to its confluence with the River Torrens near Prairie in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. The area was dotted at regular intervals with small ponds, having no visible connection above the ground but never drying up even in the driest, hottest summers. Much of the chain of water holes known as the Chain of Ponds vanished under the waters of the Millbrook Reservoir in 1918. While vineyards have been part of the makeup of the area since colonisation, the Chain of Ponds Winery was the first major planting of any note in the northern area of the Adelaide Hills region. Chain Of Ponds»