Where is Yalumba wine from?

Where is Yalumba wine from?

Today Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family-owned winery….

Location Angaston, South Australia, Australia
Coordinates 34°30′48″S 139°03′19″ECoordinates: 34°30′48″S 139°03′19″E
Wine region Barossa Valley
Founded 1849

Who owns Yalumba winery?

Hill-Smith family
After more than 165 years, Yalumba remains fiercely independent and extremely progressive through exclusive ownership by the Hill-Smith family. Led by fifth generation Robert Hill-Smith, teamwork is vital and decisions are the result of patience, consensus and innovation.

How big is Yalumba?

180 ha

Vineyards (area) 180 ha
Viticulturist N/A
Opening Hours 7 days 10-5
Address 40 Eden Valley Road, Angaston, SA 5353

What is the oldest winery in the Barossa Valley?

Château Tanunda, Icon of the Barossa, is Australia’s largest and oldest Château (est. 1890).

What is Australia’s oldest winery?

Australia’s oldest wineries

  • Wyndham Estate, NSW – 1828.
  • Olive Farm, WA – 1829.
  • Houghton, WA – 1836.
  • Yering Station, Vic – 1838.
  • Sandalford, WA – 1840.
  • Oliver’s Taranga, SA – 1841.
  • Penfolds Magill Estate, SA – 1844.
  • Orlando, SA – 1847.

Who owns Winesmiths?

In July, Samuel Smith and Son, an arm of Robert Hill Smith’s Yalumba group, launched this new upmarket range of wine casks – pinot grigio, chardonnay, tempranillo and shiraz.

What does Tanunda mean in Aboriginal?

Tanunda is a town situated in the Barossa Valley region of South Australia, 70 kilometres north-east of the state capital, Adelaide. The town derives its name from an Aboriginal word meaning water hole. The town’s population is approximately 4600.

How many wineries are in the Barossa?

150 wineries
There are about 150 wineries in the area, and you can taste wine and eat local, seasonal produce at more than 80 cellar doors.

Is Winesmiths Yalumba?

Yalumba Winesmiths Sauvignon Blanc 2L Cask is a crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc from South Australia. Fragrant, grassy scents complement tropical fruit flavours in this bright and zesty wine. Five generations of Winesmiths have crated this timeless range of premium cask wines.

How many Litres is a cask of wine?

Cask Wine is wine that comes packaged in a plastic bladder within a box. An Aussie invention, Cask Wines are generally 2, 4 or 5 litres and cover favourite wine varietals such as Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, as well as blends such as Dry Red or Sweet Fruity White.

What does mullaloo mean in Aboriginal language?

Mullaloo is named after an Aboriginal word, believed to mean “place of the rat kangaroo”. It was first recorded in 1919 as Moolalloo Point, but the spelling was later changed to Mullaloo.

Where does Yalumba grow Shiraz and Cabernet?

In 2015, Yalumba began planting 72, 000 vines in the famous Light Pass subregion of the Barossa Valley. Planted here are 16 different Shiraz and five different Cabernet Sauvignon clones, sourced from the Yalumba Nursery – the result of more than 10 years’ work and 170 years of experience.

What is the Yalumba Signature Tour?

Yalumba The Signature tour is a journey into the history, symbolism and provenance of one of Australia’s most iconic wines.

Why choose Yalumba?

Yalumba operates the Southern Hemisphere’s only fully operational Cooperage, crafting bespoke oak barrels that elevate the wines aged within them. Our Nursery is a global leader in wine innovation, growing, evaluating and supplying quality grape vines to the Australian wine industry.

What are the best wines in the Barossa Valley?

“ Grown in Barossa Valley Sandy Soils, Vine Vale Grenache is made with old vines in a vibrant style. “ The Cigar Cabernet Sauvignon is a medium to full bodied wine with rich fruit characters and soft round tannins. “ A novel use of Viognier, this elegant dessert wine expresses luscious flavours of dried apricot, lime and honeysuckle.