They make their red wines exclusively from grapes they grow at their family owned and operated Bundaleer Vineyard, planted in the Bundaleer Gardens, on the edge of the Bundaleer Forest, located 200 km north of Adelaide on the outskirts of the mid north community of Jamestown.
The region is just 70 km north of the famous Clare Valley and is part of the Southern Flinders Ranges GI (Geographical Indication.)
The microclimate of the Bundaleer Gardens is particularly suited to grape growing with cool, wet winters (generally averaging 600mm of rainfall per year) and long sunny days throughout summer, providing a longer ripening period. The soil is a sandy loam over deep clay. The vineyard is irrigated via a dam recently built on the site. There are now 25 acres under vine, with equal plantings of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. The Shiraz grapes were planted in December 1998 and the Cabernet in 1999.