About Elderton Wines

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Elderton Wines is a small, family owned and operated winery, situated in Nuriootpa – the heart of the Barossa Valley. The Elderton vineyard which was planted in 1894 by Samuel Elderton Tolley, was purchased by the Ashmead family in the late 1970’s and started producing labelled bottled estate wine from the 1982 harvest. It was well after a decade of hard work and toil that the winery shot to prominence in the early 1990’s, after winning the prestigious Jimmy Watson Trophy at the 1993 Melbourne Wine Show. There has been an amazing amount of further wine show success, including the World’s Best Shiraz Trophy at the 2000 London International Wine and Spirits Competition. The vineyard is complimented by an environmentally sustainable production ethos. The winery, vineyards and general business operations are underscored by several ‘green initiatives’ to assist with minimising Elderton’s environmental footprint. Visit our contemporary tasting room to sample the full range of magnificent Elderton wines.

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