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Glenda Grainger

Sublime!!! Wonderful wine, the Petite Verdot is...

7/21/16
Sublime!!! Wonderful wine, the Petite Verdot is to die for... The platter of cheese and condiments were fit for a King and King size, we went home with a doggy bag.. A very welcoming feel and friendliness. A lovely end to the day
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Philip Bright

Fantastic wines

6/19/16
Fantastic wines
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Allister Rose

Outstandingly good fortified wines, some great reds....

3/16/15
Outstandingly good fortified wines, some great reds. If you love reds, don't leave without a bottle of Durif.
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Anna Kruczek

Excellent reds&very good chardoney. Worth visting as...

6/28/12
Excellent reds&very good chardoney. Worth visting as there are quite a few wineries around. You need designated driver though ;o)
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About Winery and Wines

As the famous saying goes, “Great wine begins on the vine”. For Campbells it all began with the first planting of the original Bobbie Burns Vineyard by John Campbell in the 1870's. John's son David was the first vigneron in the area to replant with Phylloxera-resistant stock. Allen, David's son and father to Colin and Malcolm continued the plantings, using only the best clones to graft on to new rootlings.

Our vineyards total approximately 65 hectares (161 acres) of trialled and proven varieties all situated entirely within the defined Rutherglen Wine Region. Varietal and clonal selection criteria is based on the suitability to the Rutherglen environment.

White varieties are riesling, trebbiano, viognier, chardonnay and semillon. Red varieties include shiraz, the rare durif, tempranillo, cabernet sauvignon and malbec. Our world renowned Rutherglen Muscats are made from the variety muscat à petits grains rouge, and our Rutherglen Tokay (Topaque) from muscadelle.

With the range of grape varieties, different vineyard management techniques such as innovative trellising and canopy management are employed to maximize the potential of each variety.

Malcolm runs a continuous vine improvement, varietal and clonal selection program. His aim is to grow grapes