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Coonawarra, SA

We are a small family owned and organically certified winery in the heart of Coonawarra. In 1906 my great grandfather, named the family property ‘Koonara’. More than 115 years on, our family still live here surrounded by our vineyards. 

We are the first in Coonawarra to be Certified Organic, and we have created ecosystems in our vineyards to limit spraying (even organic sprays) and to reduce our carbon footprint.

We believe in creating wines which are high quality and age-worthy. All our wines are vegan friendly, low in sulphur and have no (or low) residual sugar.

We are the first in Coonawarra to be Certified Organic. Our property in the heart of the terra rossa soil in Coonawarra. We also showcase varieties grown in Mt Gambier, which is Australia’s coolest wine region on main land Australia.

We have a large array of wine varieties in our range including. Sparkling Chardonnay, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Rose, Moscato, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz. Our vineyards were planted over 25 years ago. We keep our tonnes low, gently press our wines and have low levels of sulphur

We want to make great wine and leave our plot of earth better than we found it. We aim to make wines that have great longevity and are exceptional value for money.

We’re certified to Australian Organic Standards in our Coonawarra vineyards.

No pesticides have been used in our Coonawarra vineyards for over 10 years.

Only 4 organic sprays a year.
We only average four sprays per year for disease, with only organically certified product so as not to harm our delicate ecosystem.

We let nature take care of bad bugs.
We grow selected weeds to attract ‘good bugs’, that eat our ‘bad bugs’, so we have no need for pesticides.

Weeds are our friend.
We let selected weeds grow long and roots deep, which aerate the soil and fills it with organic material. This holds water and natural nutrients, which help to produce healthy vines.

Meet the makers

Peter Douglas

Winemaker

Dru Reschke

Top Dog and Chief Coffee Maker