Barossa Valley Vineyards

  • Kalimna

    Penfolds draws fruit from a combined vineyard area of 618 hectares in the Barossa region of South Australia. The Barossa is about 70 kilometres north of Adelaide and in 1911 Penfolds established a winery at Nuriootpa, completed in time for the 1913 vintage. The Barossa region is known for its relatively low rainfall with many vineyards dry grown on single wire trellising.

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  • Koonunga Hill

    Named after a nearby landmark, the Koonunga Hill Vineyard was planted with shiraz and cabernet sauvignon in 1973 on the drier northern edge of the Barossa Valley. The vineyard inspired the name of Penfolds Koonunga Hill, originally released as an entry point to the Penfolds portfolio of wines.

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  • The Waltons

    The Waltons Vineyard, located on classic Barossa Valley heartland soils, is an important recent purchase and development. Over 130 hectares have already been planted—mostly to shiraz, cabernet and mataro.

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  • Stonewell

    The Stonewell Road vineyard was purchased in the mid-1990s and is now producing quintessential Barossa shiraz—some of the crop also being used for Penfolds RWT and Penfolds St Henri.

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