SUB-REGIONS OF THE BAROSSA INTERACTIVE MAP

To understand a little more about the region our wines come from and the "Terroir" environmental factors that contribute to our wines please use the map below to hover over the labels to gain a further insight into Eisenstone Wines.

Terrior

Seppeltsfield is an undulating area of land that lies between Tanunda to the east and Greenock to the west. The soils tend to be loamy and complex due to the erosion that has taken place over the years. Clay soils are deeper in the valleys and the hills present a number of different topographies. Overall, the vines are tested by the heat and water availability. Canopies are small and the grapes easily reach optimum ripeness.

Terrior

The township is in the north east part of the Barossa Valley. The soils are a continuation of the red ironstone soils that sweep across the west and north of the valley.

Terrior

Marananga lies directly to the east of Seppeltsfield subregion the soils of Marananga have much in common with Seppeltsfield. Although there are patches of read loan and ironstone there is also quite large areas of pink quartzite. This highly fractured base and allows the roots to penetrate deeply in the intermingled loamy soil.

Terrior

Greenock is higher in elevation than regions to the east and wetter than regions to the north. The soils are predominantly deep red-brown earths which shallow on the hills and ironstone is wider spread.

Terrior

Ebenezer is one of the warmest and driest of the subregions. However, the region is one of the highest and furthest from the sea making for cooler winters and a shorter growing season. The soils are predominantly ironstone over fine red clays.

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