Sue and Sean Delaney purchased their property at Norton Summit in 1997. The property had a significant stand of remnant native vegetation, with a State Conservation Rating, and much energy has been spent on restoring 8ha of pristine bushland, home to 130 species of native plants and 66 species of native birds, some recorded as threatened or rare. The adoption of biodynamic viticulture has coincided with numerous awards for the protection of the natural environment and, more recently, eco-tourism; they operate the only eco-certified cellar door in the Adelaide Hills, and have won innumerable ecological and general tourism awards. Sparkling wine disgorgement demonstrations are a particular attraction.
Sun and public hols 12-4 (Aug-June)
288 Colonial Drive, Norton Summit, SA 5136
(08) 8390 1995