Our vineyards are located in a narrow strip of rolling hills separating the western Barossa Valley from the plains, known as the Western Ridge. Home to some of the oldest Rhône and Bordeaux grape varietal vines in the world over a tapestry of ancient sedimentary soils, the grapes produced on the Western Ridge are much sought after by the region’s winemakers.

As one of the Barossa Valley’s largest family-owned wine estates, our Greenock, and Gomersal vineyards are subdivided into 50 individually managed blocks, including remarkable old vine Shiraz and Grenache, and plantings of Mourvèdre, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Malbec.

Our vineyard management practices promote sustainability, including under-vine mulching and composting winery stems and pomace, ensuring vine health is protected from harsh heat spikes. Striving to support our environment, we have set aside 40 acres to remain as natural Biodiversehabitat. After acquiring the Greenock and Gomersal properties, the eroded creek beds were regenerated using native vegetation and are now teeming natural habitats.

Compare our Gomersal and Greenock Vineyards