Ed Schild is a BarossaValley grapegrower who first planted a small vineyard at Rowland Flat in 1952, steadily increasing his vineyard holdings over the next 50 years to their present level. The flagship wine is made from 170-year-old shiraz vines on the Moorooroo Vineyard. Exports to all major markets.
Schild Estate first established vineyards in the Southern Barossa Valley in 1952. Now with 11 unique vineyards in the area they specialise in premium, estate grown shiraz, old bush vine grenache and mourvedre. The winemaking team, led by Scott Hazeldine, work closely with Michael Schild, head vigneron, throughout out the year to produce wines of balance, interest and character that reflect the unique subtleties of the Southern sub-region. Schild Estate are best known for their flagship wine, Moorooroo Shiraz, which is harvested from original Barossa vines planted by Johan and William Jacob in 1847. The Moorooroo Shiraz has been rated 99points by James Halliday for the last three vintages (2015, 2016 and 2017). Visit Schild Estate’s intimate tasting room, located at the winery just outside of Lyndoch and experience Schild’s premium wines in one of the curated wine flights available.
Shiraz, Old Bush Vine Grenache, Mourvèdre
Schlid Estate has an intimate tasting room overlooking the Southern Barossa Valley, perfect for small groups guests, up to ten people who are interested in a personalised and welcoming experience. Select from one of their curated tasting wine flights that are available.
Saturdays & Sundays 11:30am - 3:30pm
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