Banrock Station

South Australia | Riverland

James' Review

The eco-friendly $1 million visitor centre at Banrock Station is a major tourist destination. Owned by Accolade, the Banrock Station property covers over 1700ha, with 240ha of vineyard and the remainder being a major wildlife and wetland preservation area. Recycling of all waste water and use of solar energy add to the preservation image. Each bottle of Banrock Station wine sold generates funds donated to environmental projects around the world. The?wines have consistently offered good value, even the more expensive alternative variety releases that have recently come onto the market. Exports to all major markets.

About

For over a decade, Banrock Station wines have brought the pleasure of fine Australian wine and the message of conservation to the world. Part proceeds of every sale have already contributed to conservation projects in 60 countries. Our winemaking philosophy is to create flavoursome, generous, value for money Australian wines, while demonstrating respect for the good earth from which they come. Part of this balance is the introduction of varieties that grow more sustainably in the South Australian climate. Mediterranean varieties are proving great water-savers as well as producing a wonderful variety of flavours for today’s adventurous palates.

Details

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Winemaker Paul Burnett
Established 1994
Dozen NFP
Vineyards (area) 240
Opening Hours Mon-Fri 9-4, w'ends and public hols 9-5
Address Holmes Road (off Sturt Highway), Kingston-on-Murray, SA 5331
Telephone / Fax (08) 8583 0299
(08) 8583 0288