South Australia’s Barossa Valley


THE WELLAND STORY: In South Australia’s Barossa Valley, in the township of Nuriootpa is where you’ll find the Welland vineyard.  Planted in 1923 by one of the Barossa’s founding families, Welland is the last remaining section of much larger plantings of vines and fruit orchards that once occupied the northern end of the township.

Over the years much of the original vineyard and orchard had been cleared, subdivided and built upon.  But when the last remaining hectares of this historic old Nuriootpa vineyard were listed for sale as a development site, a group of friends banded together to purchase it and breathe life back into this important part of Barossa history.


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