Our vineyard is situated in the Wrattonbully wine region, in the Limestone Coast region of South Australia. The ‘Land of Tomorrow' wines take their name from the translation of the indigenous word ‘Kanawinka’, which is also the name of the fault line that runs through the Wrattonbully wine region. The Kanawinka Fault was responsible for the uplifting of the Naracoorte ranges several million years ago, contributing to the formation of the network of limestone caves for which the region is famous. Our vineyard is situated above this ideal limestone - the remnants of an ancient coastline.
Our family has called this beautiful piece of land home for over 100 years. Susie Harris and her brother-in-law Russell Iles are the current custodians of the land, and work together to craft wines of this place.
"The geology of this region is the key to its success and our name reflects the importance of this. It also echoes to us the timelessness of this place and the responsibility we have in caring for it.”, says Susie Harris.