Greenock Creek Wines
Greenock Creek Wines is built on strong foundations and represents a style and approach to Barossa winemaking, that has been respected and revered for nearly 40 years.
Our brand was established by stonemason Michael Waugh on the banks of the Greenock Creek at Seppeltsfield in 1984.
An ancient homestead surrounded by antique vines, this was the place from which a legend of Australian winemaking would grow.
Through strong association and guidance from Barossa luminaries, these home blocks soon began to show the style and finesse for which we are known.
Year in and year out, vintages were released and sold out through Australia’s smallest cellar door beneath the Seppeltsfield homestead.
A sacred secret among those of the inner circle, the wines soon became bigger than this tiny universe could hold.
In the early 1990s our Roennfeldt Road property became part of the estate.
A place of beauty and creativity, this “vine garden” in Marananga is the site for beautiful bush vine Grenache, our Apricot Block Shiraz and the 130 year old Cabernet Sauvignon & Shiraz blocks from which our Roennfeldt Road wines are drawn.
Awarded 100 points by Robert Parker (Wine Advocate) on multiple occasions, our Roennfeldt Road wines have been listed as “Outstanding” on Langtons Classification Of Australian Wines since release. These are wines of rare power and intensity, wines that award long cellaring and patience.
As custodians of a rich history, iconic wines and exemplary vineyard properties we are humbled by the privilege this affords.