Our other primary Barossa Valley vineyards are located in Ebenezer, at the northern reaches of the region. The Shiraz fruit here is typically opulent and concentrated, exhibiting black and blue fruits with dark chocolate and expressive, velvety tannins.

Altitude extends to around 380m and soils are predominantly brown loams over red clay and limestone. These properties are farmed using organic and biodynamic principles. Varieties grown include old clone Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro as well as Semillon.  Total 5 ha.

We additionally source small parcels of fruit from other Barossa Valley vineyards, most notably from Koonunga at the very northern end of the region. The vines from this locale are very low yielding, producing excellent quality Grenache and Shiraz to complement our primary fruit sources.

We are also very fortunate to have access to some special vineyards in other regions that allow us to produce very different styles and varieties. These include an old Shiraz vineyard in Eden Valley, a Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard on V&A Lane in Coonawarra, as well as a Pinot Noir vineyard in Adelaide Hills (planted by winemaker Andrew Seppelt’s family back in 1980).