The Colonial Estate is arranged in the Barossa Valley in South Australia, near Adelaide. In 2002, they started obtaining little bits of vineyards in the northern ‘bend’ of the Barossa Valley in South Australia. The Colonial Estate approach to wine making in Australia has been French affected, so it is these ethos that associates them. Handpicking, orchestrating tables, wooden vats, et cetera detaches Colonial Estate from most Australian wineries. The view from one of the vineyards over a nineteenth century church helped the creators to recollect Pomerol and subsequently they manufactured the essential winery there in the style of the early-explorer time period. Stone facing and a blended housetop reflect adjacent tradition yet cover a forefront, and a temperature-controlled winery that has been completely arranged from France.