Verdun Park Wines

Boutique cool climate wines from the Adelaide Hills

A small family team producing mighty wines

The name “Verdun Park” originated from the property name way back in 1880. Before it was home to vines, the property was used as an apple orchard and for sheep and cattle grazing. The property was purchased by Bob & Sandy Voumard and the first Shiraz vines were planted in 1997.

The wine business remains family owned and the small team, comprising of Bob, Sandy and their daughter Danielle who looks after all of the day to day operations of the wine business. Every step of the winemaking and production process is very much hands on and wine is limited to small, select parcels each year. It's a testament to the winery that all current wine releases have either won gold or silver medals and received reviews of 90 points and higher.


Simon Greenleaf

As Verdun Park Wines contract winemaker, Simon brings his vast experience of crafting wines in Spain, Chile, France and throughout Australia. Fluent in Spanish and French his Australian winemaking experience has seen him at famous wineries including, Petaluma, Tatachilla and Red Hill Estate. When not making fine wine you can find him spending time kiteboarding, surfing and hanging out in his favourite holiday spot, Streaky Bay.

The ultimate in winemaking & varietal expression

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Where each bottle is literally a work of art

Each wine bottle label is screen printed by hand on-site at the winery. This removes the need for traditional paper labels. This has provided a range of environmental benefits and is something unique to the winery.

The first wine released in 2009 went on to win a Gold medal that same year at the Adelaide Hills Wine Show.. How’s that for a flying start!

Sustainability & environmental friendly practices

Whether it’s in the vineyard, the winemaking or packaging, the conscious decision has been made to help benefit the earth in every possible way.

Vineyard- Minimal and careful approach to chemicals, zero till practices, the use of a mixed species of grass and broadleaf plants on the floor of the wines to promote organic organisms to aid in the control of pests.

Winemaking- Minimal additions to the wine, which is produced as sustainable and ethically as possible.

Packaging- Using materials that are recyclable, sourced and manufactured in South Australia as much as possible.

Crafting small quantities of premium, cool climate wine through sustainable practices