The windswept Limestone Coast is constantly battered by fierce westerly winds known as the ‘roaring forties,’ important in Australia’s history for blowing colonist sailing ships quickly from the African cape across the vast Indian ocean to the south coast of Australia.
These howling winds directly influence the climate along the Limestone Coast, bringing vital rain in the winter months and cooling breezes during the heat of summer.
The Howlings shape the vines. The Howlings bring the wines to life.
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