Braydun Hill vineyard is situated next to the Onkaparinga Gorge National Park, overlooking McLaren Vale and Willunga townships to the south and the Onkaparinga estuary and the ocean to the west.
For many generations, Braydun Hill has been used as a grazing property, for cattle, sheep and angora goats. The ideal grape growing position led to the decision to plant the vineyard in the mid 1990s, and in 1998 the first vines were planted. The decision was made at the time to aim to produce top quality grapes to make the very best full bodied red wine, namely Shiraz.
Braydun Hill does not grow any white varieties, as the vineyard is perfect for top quality red. Their philosophy is to do one thing and to excel.
Shiraz lovers are welcome to visit, tour the vineyard and sample their premium wine. The small, cosy cellar door is open most weekends....