Barwang

New South Wales | Hilltops

James' Review

Peter Robertson pioneered viticulture in the Young area when he planted vines in 1969 as part of a diversification program for his 400ha grazing property. When McWilliam's acquired Barwang in '89, the vineyard amounted to 13ha; today the plantings are 100ha. The label also takes in 100% Tumbarumba wines, as well as Hilltops/Tumbarumba blends Exports to Asia.

About

The name “Barwang” means “place of water” and represents the pure sources of water that allow the Barwang vineyards to produce wines of such distinct and recognisable quality.
Barwang has a proud history of excellence that has been forged through a close relationship with the land their wines come from and the pristine water sources that are so important in the winemaking process.
Since 1990, Barwang has won more than 1,000 medals at wine shows in Australia and across the world. Barwang has also been recognised for excellence as a 5 Red Star Winery by the respected wine writer James Halliday, an honour bestowed on only 3% of Australian wineries.

Details

Rating
Winemaker Russell Cody, Andrew Higgins
Established 1969
Dozens NFP
Vineyards (area) 100 ha
Opening Hours Not
Address Barwang Road, Young, NSW 2594 (postal)
Telephone (02) 9722 1200
Website www.mcwilliams.com.au