Murray Street’s Greenock winery pays homage to the Barossa Valley’s architectural heritage, with its hilltop five peaked silhouette reminiscent of an earlier age. Completed in 2006 in time for vintage, the Greenock and Gomersal Estate grown wines gave testimony of great Murray Street estate wines to come from the winery. Set amongst the vineyards, the winery’s internal operations are discreetly hidden from view.

Built around a large gated and protected courtyard, many of the winery’s fermentation operations are conducted in daylight, making full use of retractable awnings when required. The courtyard is flanked on two sides by 34 open-air temperature-controlled fermentation tanks connected by catwalks, in addition to wine storage tanks. A premium fermentation studio is located inside our temperature-controlled barrel hall, featuring conical concrete and oak fermentation vats. Temperature controlled barrel halls feature an array of the finest oak selections, 30hL maturation casks and terracotta amphora.

Overlooking the courtyards, our reception and administration wing greets visitors with eye-catching views of the courtyard, and the Barossa Valley’s northern skyline. It is here, our desire to produce extraordinary artisan inspired wine is realised.