Torbreck Vintners was created with the aim of building one of the finest wine estates in the world. Our vision is to pay homage to the vineyards of the Barossa Valley, home to some of the oldest vines on the planet.

Since 1994 Torbreck has been committed to creating exceptional Rhone style red and white wines reflecting the very best vineyards in Australia’s famous Barossa.

Torbreck’s early beginnings were working with multi-generational Barossa grape growers to bring their ancient vineyards back to life, and in turn preserve them for future generations.  Many of these growers still supply their grapes to Torbreck today.

Over the ensuing years we have been fortunate to have had the opportunity to invest in the protection of some of the Barossa’s most precious vineyards, after accepting fruit from them over many years.  The historic Hillside Vineyard at Lyndoch, The Laird Vineyard in the sub-region of Marananga, the Greenock Keller Vineyard and the Daylight Chamber Vineyard in Gomersal all join our home block, the Descendant Vineyard in Marananga under the custodianship of Torbreck.

Spread across a 20km long North-South ridge on the western edge of the Barossa Valley, they make up almost 200 acres of exceptional vineyard sites, many classified as Old Vines (older than 35 years) and with some dating back over 150 years. 

Separately, each estate brings a unique level of complexity and depth to each Torbreck Wine, and together, these five estates represent an un-paralleled collection of some of the finest vineyards in the Western Barossa, and the world.

The Laird



Daylight Chamber