The Barossa Valley, with its strong German heritage, is a place full of character. The region has a long history of making full-body reds, robust whites and fortified wine. Located 70km north of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley has a unique beauty of its own.
Family Owned. Estate Grown.
Since 1952, the Schild family have lived and worked in the Southern Barossa. Ben and Alma Schild moved from harsh Murray Mallee country (40km west of the Victorian border), purchasing their first vineyard, nestled at the foothills of the Barossa Ranges and overlooking Rowland Flat, where today the original homestead still stands.
Unfortunately in 1956 Ben Schild died suddenly, his youngest of eight children and only son living at home, Ed, at the age of only 16, took over running the family property.
Ed Schild’s enthusiasm for the region saw him steadily grow landholdings, which today encompasses over 450 acres under vine.
Within this large amount of land stand one small patch of over 160 years old shiraz views, which still produce the award winning and iconic Moorooroo Shiraz.
Location & Reservations
1095 Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch South Australia 5351
Booking Contact: Alexandra Conway
Experiences & Tasting Room
Phone: +61 8524 5560
Email Enquiries: email@example.com
Reservations Office Open
Monday – Friday 9am to 5pm
GENERAL TASTINGS AVAILABLE BY BOOKING