Peregrine Ridge wines are estate grown high on the Mt Camel Range on deep Cambrian soils that face the morning sun. Fruit integrity is assured by the watchful eye of local Peregrine Falcons.
The unique terroir of our vineyard site enables the fruit to ripen slowly over the growing season, with the higher altitude fruit ripening about 3 to 4 weeks later in the season.
The vines are pruned to yield small quantities of intensely flavoured fruit with our objective being to crop at only 1-1.5 tonnes per acre (2.5-3 tonnes per hectare).
Our vineyard has 5 different Shiraz clones planted, which adds to the complexity of our wines and contributes to our ability to produce 7 different Shiraz wine styles.