The vineyard was an overgrown orchard with six acres of remnant bush vegetation when the Scorpo family bought it. The site is multi- dimensional: besides the excellent grape-growing conditions, it also offers a large scope of ecological possibilities. Since purchasing the property the Scorpos have rejuvenated the bush block by planting many of the indigenous plants such as messmates, Melaleucas, wattles and native dogwoods and they plan to continue the rejuvenation program. The family wants to leave this site in better condition than they found it. Healthy soil, land and vineyards will be the Scorpo Wines legacy.