The name dates back to the early 1800s and to the activities of an escaped convict who terrorised the Relbia settlement, stealing from settlers, including their horses. The practice was known as horse jingling and the adjacent creek soon adopted the name it has had ever since. The vineyard is now owned by Mat and Jane Usher, who sensibly have seen no reason to change its name. They have 1.8ha of pinot noir, and small plantings of pinot gris, sauvignon blanc and chardonnay.
This winery is now closed.
You can still review past tasting notes below.