Soldier's Block


The story behind the name ‘Soldier’s Block’ is an interesting one – it celebrates the Returned Soldiers Settlement Act of 1915, when returning Australian soldiers were given blocks of land to work on. 

Many of these ‘blocks’ were used to grow grapes, leading to the establishment of vineyards that are still in use today. In many cases, the situation and climatic conditions proved to be ideal for growing native grape varieties, so the wines in this range can be described as quintessentially Australian, displaying great varietal definition.

Over the years, much work has gone into improving the sourcing of the wines – and the result is a range that is of great consistency and quality, with a loyal following among fans of Aussie wines.