Prominent Adelaide businessman Duncan MacGillivray has died suddenly in Bali, with South Australia's political leaders saying the state has lost a pioneer of the food industry and great entrepreneur.
Mr MacGillivray died of a heart attack while holidaying with family and friends.
He was best known in SA as the founder of the Two Dogs alcoholic lemonade and also went on to establish Longview Wines, south of Adelaide.
More recently he served as managing director of Kangaroo Island Pure Grain.
Premier Jay Weatherill said he had a recent conversation with Mr MacGillivray in an airport lounge as the 66-year-old prepared to fly out to Bali.
"I'm utterly shocked and deeply saddened," the premier told reporters on Tuesday.
"We've lost a great pioneer for the food industry."
Opposition Leader Steven Marshall said Mr MacGillivray was extremely generous in giving back to the community.
"Duncan's passion and enthusiasm for all things South Australian was second to none and he will be greatly missed by many," Mr Marshall said.