The hard-working Barossa grape growing families are the backbone of the Barossa. Over generations, through trial and error, they focussed their farming on the vines that proved to be best suited to the Barossa, showing reliability and consistency over the seasons.

The Keller Vineyard is composed of these traditional Barossa varieties - Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro - planted on the traditional red clay soils of the Western Barossa. It produces one of our most regarded wines – The Steading;  wine that tells a story of the history of Barossa grapegrowing, in a glass. 

This property is one of those that could grace the cover of a magazine. The Grenache is wonderful - succulent, graceful and impeccably balanced. The Mataro is primal - powerful and leather scented with pulsing tannins.

LOCATION:

North Western Barossa Valley

ROAD:

Corner of Branson Road & Dommenz Road

SUB-REGION:

Greenock

VARIETIES PLANTED:

Shiraz, Grenache, & Mataro

VINE AGE:

Grenache and Mataro 1945, Grenache 1954 & 1964, Shiraz 2001

SIZE:

14.35 ha (11.36 planted)

SOIL TYPE:

Red clay over limestone

ASPECT:

A gently undulating site with contour planting throughout

TORBRECK WINES:

The Steading