Our Vineyard

Quintessentially McLaren Vale
First established as a grape growing region in 1838, McLaren Vale enjoys a Mediterranean climate due to its proximity to the ocean. This outstanding region is arguably one of the best regions in the world for producing Shiraz.

Our 28 hectare vineyard was first planted in the 1960’s and located at the height of one of McLaren Vale’s most elevated sites in the cool Blewitt Springs sub-region, sitting 130 meters above sea level. Grown in ancient sandy soils, the deep sand above the clay sub-soils allow the vines to be dry-grown with minimal or no irrigation, creating wines of intense flavours & soft mouth filling tannins.

Our vineyard is a true representation of McLaren Vale’s most successful wine-grape varieties – 50 year old gnarly old bush vine Grenache, balanced Shiraz & Cabernet Sauvignon and leading clones of Chardonnay.

Paramagnetic Tower

Paramagnetism is the capacity of the soil to receive and store electromagnetic energy from the surrounding environment. Apart from water, oxygen and food, Paramagnetism is one of our most important elements for survival. The benefits of Paramagnetic Towers are many, but the primary desirable change in the Beresford Estate Vineyard is to produce vines with more vitality and grown without the need for chemicals or synthetic fertilisers.

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