Craiglee vineyard

James Stewart Johnston, a member of the Victorian Parliament, and a prominent local businessman, originally planted vines at Craiglee in 1863. Today Craiglee Vineyard is owned and operated by the Carmody family. Patrick planted vines on the site of the original vineyard in 1976 and processed the first wine in 1979.

The first commercial quantity was released in 1982 with the 1980 Shiraz. All Craiglee wines are made from estate grown fruit, hand picked from vines that are hand pruned and carefully tended here on our family farm. Craiglee has an enviable reputation as a producer of fine table wines made to reflect local conditions and show vintage variation. Varieties produced include Shiraz, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc.

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