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farmers Leap

They are often asked, where did the name ‘Farmer’s Leap’ come from? The Longbottom family have been farming onions, sheep and cattle since 1938, when in the early 90’s they had the foresight to take the leap into viticulture and winemaking …and have not looked back.

In 1993 the first vines were planted and they now have over 400ha dedicated to wine grape production.
The Padthaway wine region is known for its rich soil – Terra Rossa over Limestone. This when combined with ample water supply, mediterranean climate and costal influences make them unique.
Outstanding fruit quality across all of their grape varieties, combined with their uncontrived winemaking style, sees Farmer’s Leap deliver a quality bottle of wine you can trust.


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