The Barossa Valley, located in south Australia is worldwide renowned for the great wines it produces. Besides the famous Shiraz, it is also produces great whites and other beautiful red varieties.
The German settlers in the mid 1800 have laid the foundation for a great wine producing tradition. This in combination with the Barossa Barossa ‘Terrior’, and you will understand why the wines from Barossa are so popular.
Established in 1999, Small Gully was founded by Vignerons, Robert Bader, Darren Zimmermann and winemaker Stephen Black. In 2002 a winery was built at Darran’s Marananga property, situated in a ‘small gully’ on Roennfeldt road, Greenock.
Small Gully produces wines of a distinctive bold and intense style with great expression of fruit character. Small Gully wines reflect the meticulous fruit selection and the attention to detail in the vineyard.