Our Vineyards

As farmers of our land, we continuously strive to reach its highest value.

From Estate vineyards across Stone Well, Gnadenfrei and Greenock Creek, our wines are uncompromised by intervention, retaining the personality and unique terroir of their origins. Famous for producing wines of great richness and longevity, the soils of the Western Ridge are the oldest in the Barossa.

Great wine reflects great fruit. With sustainable practice underpinning all that we do, it’s our focus to nurture this land for generations to come. Organic and biodynamic farming isn’t our point of difference, but it will soon become an expectation. Working with our natural resources has rewarded us with a biodiversity and soil vitality that lead to happy, healthy vines.

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Stone Well

Average annual rainfall: 510mm

Elevation: 286m

Yield: 5 tonnes per hectare

Soil Type: Clay loam over red medium clay

Aspect: North Westerly / South Westerly – undulating

Area under Vine: 16.6 Hectares

Grape varieties planted: Mataro, Shiraz, Montepulciano, Grenache, Savagnin and Albariño

Year Established: 2001

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Gnadenfrei North & South

Average annual rainfall: 500mm

Elevation: 300m

Yield: 4 tonnes per hectare

Soil Type (North): Sandy clay loam over red clay

Soil Type (South): Clay loam over red medium clay

Aspect: Easterly facing, terraced

Area under Vine (North): 9.1 Hectares, (South): 5.35

Grape varieties planted: Shiraz, Grenache, Mataro, Grenache Blanc

Year Established (North): 2017, (South): 1957

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Greenock Creek

Average annual rainfall: 488mm

Elevation: 246m

Yield: 6 tonnes per hectare

Soil Type: Loam topsoil over deep friable red brown clay

Aspect: Westerly sloping

Area under Vine: 7.6 Hectares

Grape varieties planted: Shiraz and Savagnin

Year Established: 2007

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