We are proud to represent the six flagship regions of The Limestone Coast: the long
established classics of Padthaway, Wrattonbully, and Coonawarra, who consistently
raise the bar in winemaking, cementing their reputable names. The emerging regions
of Mount Benson, Robe, and Mount Gambier are evidently the ones to watch, as they
begin to take top prize honours and promote contemporary new wine tastes.
Millions of years ago this land was covered by sea. As the sea resided, a bed of limestone
was formed leaving in its place a landscape rich with shells, fish and even whale fossils. The
nutrient rich, stony soils, layered over fossilised limestone, provides excellent drainage,
balanced with perfect water retention. Influenced by our cool, coastal climate and artesian
water supply, the grapes naturally ripen, slowly resulting in intense fruit flavours.
The vineyards have undoubtedly benefited from this fertile land. Ensuring the conservation of
the wider area's natural beauty, wildlife, and heritage listed wetlands is our role as its