Station Vineyard

Nestled behind the old, iconic Coonawarra Station and established between 1994 and 1998, the 165-hectare Station Block Vineyard lies primarily on black clay loam over limestone; with substantial pockets of Terra Rossa Soil.

Here, the primary planting is Cabernet Sauvignon with the vines approaching maturity and producing wines that are fresh and aromatic. The fruit forms the basis of The Laira range as well as some  aromatic whites such as Chardonnay. 



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