Where is Banrock Station from?
Banrock Station have been making wine in Southern Australia since the 1960’s. Our Banrock vineyard and Riverland home sit side-by-side on the fertile banks of the the meandering Murray River. This area of preserved natural beauty is what makes our brand and our wine unique.
Is Banrock Station wine Australian owned?
Banrock Station in South Australia has been owned since 1993 by one of the major wine-producing businesses in the world: Accolade Wines (formerly Hardys Wines). In 2002 the site was declared as one of Australia’s Ramsar Sites.
Who owns Banrock winery?
Banrock Station is a largely viticultural property owned by, and producing wine for, Accolade Wines, the former Hardy Wine Company.
Is Banrock Station dog friendly?
Experience the boardwalk trail and lunch at Banrock Station. We also have a luscious green oval and basketball hoop to keep the kids entertained for hours! And don’t forget we are a pet friendly park with a Doggy Day Care -Riverland Boarding Kennels nearby; if you want to give your pooch a holiday too.
What is Crimson Cabernet?
Product details. Banrock Station Crimson Cabernet is deep red in colour with pinky purple hues. Red berries, plums on the nose, plummy palate with a good length and smooth finish. A perfect wine for those who like a velvet touch to their red.
Is Accolade Wines Chinese owned?
The decision was made after overtures from potential Chinese buyers, and a drop in the value of the British pound due to Brexit. Until 2018, the company was 80 per cent owned by the Australian private equity firm CHAMP Private Equity and 20 per cent owned by the United-States-based alcohol giant Constellation Brands.
Is Crimson Cabernet red wine?
Banrock Station Crimson Cabernet is deep red in colour with pinky purple hues. Red berries, plums on the nose, plummy palate with a good length and smooth finish. A perfect wine for those who like a velvet touch to their red.
What type of wine is crimson cabernet?
Cabernet Sauvignon If you prefer your reds with a sweeter edge, this Crimson Cabernet from Banrock Station is just for you. This delicious Cabernet Sauvignon blend that’s rich in colour and flavour, with plummy notes throughout for a naturally sweeter wine.
Where is Banrock Station winery in South Australia?
Banrock Station Winery is located in South Australia’s Riverland wine region. The climate here is perfect for producing deliciously fruit driven wines that Banrock is famous for.
What foods do you eat with Banrock Station wine?
Food: Enjoy this wine with a summer BBQ, pre dinner nibbles, cheese platter, seafood, Vietnamese rolls and fresh fruit platters. Created with Sketch. Bouquet and Palate: The Banrock Station Cabernet Merlot displays pronounced vanilla pod, dark plum and fresh black cherry aromas.
How often does Babcock winery open for wine tasting?
Open Again for Tasting, Wine by the Glass & Bottle 7 days a week! Open Daily 11 to 5:30 for sales of wine, snacks & variety of fun & eclectic gifts. If you are interested in ordering wine, please click here.
What to see and do at Banrock Station?
Banrock Station is a must see destination for nature lovers, with three self guided walking trails that allow visitors to experience the magnificently restored wetlands, featuring story centres, information huts and bird hides.