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Making remarkable wines since 1844.
Making remarkable wines
since 1844.
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On the city’s doorstep, the cooler climate of the Adelaide Hills is ideal for cultivating most of our whites and pinots. The combination of high altitude and cool climate gives the wines their contemporary and distinctive profile.

Adelaide Hills vineyards contribute fruit to our award-winning Reserve Bin A Chardonnay, St Henri Shiraz and Cellar Reserve range.


The ancient soils of the Barossa Valley are steeped in history, including our Kalimna Block 42 vines which were planted in the 1880s and are thought to be the oldest continuously-producing cabernet sauvignon vines in the world.

Barossa Valley vineyards contribute fruit to some of our most iconic wines from Grange to Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz, Bin 28 Shiraz and the sub-region expression of Bin 150 Marananga Shiraz.


Dr Christopher and Mary Penfold planted the vineyard at Magill Estate in 1843. A single vineyard monopole, it is one of the world’s few urban vineyards.

The vineyard is 100% shiraz and fruit from the vineyard contributes to Magill Estate Shiraz, with select parcels going to our flagship, Grange, in chosen vintages. It has a warm, dry climate with moderating sea breeze.


Weathered limestone under the famed terra rossa soils and a relatively cool climate make Coonawarra one of Australia’s most important fine wine regions.

The Coonawarra region is best known for cabernet sauvignon and shiraz, contributing fruit to Grange, Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz and many of our special Bin Series wines.


South Australia has gained worldwide recognition for producing definitive world-class riesling, with the Eden Valley at the head of the field. The region’s high altitude and cool climate induces riesling with great finesse and elegance.

Eden Valley vineyards contribute fruit for our acclaimed Bin 51 Riesling.


Established in the 1840s, the McLaren Vale wine region has a classic Mediterranean climate with cool winters, warm summers, low rainfall and moderating sea breezes.

McLaren Vale vineyards contribute fruit to St Henri Shiraz, Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz and Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon.


The cool-maritime growing season, Great Southern Ocean breezes and free draining gravelly loams over red clays, weathered basalt and pockets of limestone, make the Henty wine region an ideal place to grow the classic Burgundian grape varieties.

The Henty region contributes parcels to Bin 23 Pinot Noir, Bin 311 Chardonnay and Bin 144 Yattarna Chardonnay.


The island of Tasmania, despite its geological diversity, is the only Australian state-wide Geographical Indication. Penfolds sources cool climate A-grade chardonnay, pinot noir and gewürztraminer from the Tamar Valley near Launceston and southerly Derwent Valley vineyards near Hobart.

Typically, these vineyards contribute fruit to Cellar Reserve wines, Bin 311 Chardonnay and Bin 144 Yattarna Chardonnay.


The sub-alpine slopes of Tumbarumba, at the foot of the Snowy Mountains and the Great Dividing Range, are home to the highest altitude vineyards in New South Wales.

Chardonnay ripens slowly and crisply in this cool-climate region making it ideal for Bin 144 Yattarna Chardonnay in some years.


The Napa Valley is known for producing award winning Cabernet Sauvignon. The fruit is typically concentrated and full of succulent acidity with a structural tannin profile.

Since 1998, Penfolds winemakers have worked on the ground in the Napa Valley building Penfolds presence and the region now contributes premium fruit to Quantum Cabernet, Bin 149 Cabernet, and Bin 704 Napa Valley Cabernet.


Paso Robles is located on California’s central coast, between Los Angeles and San Francisco. The Camatta Hills vineyard in Paso Robles is of symbolic importance to Penfolds.

It started in 1997 when land was purchased and then in 1998 when we imported a selection of heritage vines from our Kalimna and Magill Estate vineyards.


Sonoma County is an American Viticultural Area, located north of San Francisco, bordering the Pacific Ocean. An esteemed winemaking region that produces some of the finest examples of Californian cabernet.

It is one of the premium sourcing regions for Bin 600 Cabernet Shiraz.


One of the world’s most famous wine regions, Bordeaux is located in South-Western France. In 2022, we continued an endeavour started more than 70 years ago when Penfolds first Chief Winemaker Max Schubert first visited and was inspired to create Grange.

The inaugural French release is led by Penfolds II, a wine made in partnership with one of Bordeaux’s most respected winemaking Houses, Dourthe.


The historic Champagne wine region is located in North-Eastern France. Since 2019, Penfolds has partnered with family owned Champagne House Thiénot for our limited release champagnes.

There are now four in the series, including; a vintage Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs and Blanc de Noirs, and a non-vintage Champagne Rosé.


The Ningxia winemaking region is located in China’s north-west, and in the south-west Yunnan province. Exploratory work has revealed promising characteristics in fruit quality and flavour expression, infrastructure, and vineyards. In 2022, Penfolds released its first China made wine under the One by Penfolds range.