In 1844 Christopher Rawson Penfold planted vines on the slopes of Magill to produce fortified wines. By 1881 Penfolds was responsible for one third of South Australia's fortified wine production. Penfolds Father Grand Tawny is a tribute to 150 years of winemaking excellence housed within the bluestone cellar walls of Penfolds Magill Estate. It is a blend of outstanding Tawnies matured in small oak casks for an average of ten years.
||Individual components are aged in small oak casks before blending to create a consistent style.
||Grenache, Mourvedre, Shiraz (Syrah).