The Piccadilly Valley is the cradle of the modern Adelaide Hills wine region, with the first vineyard planted in 1979.
The Valley runs from Stirling in the South to Ashton in the North. A very small number of wineries are actually established and producing their wines in the Piccadilly Valley. The grapes harvested in the Piccadilly Valley are sought after by wineries located in the wider Adelaide Hills or even in other regions of South Australia.
VERSION was commissioned to create a traditional print-based and interactive digital map of the region. The aim is to showcase vineyards, cellar doors, restaurants, pubs, and cafes plus places of interest around the valley.