Craneford Wines was established in 1978 and situated at Springton, east of the Barossa Range. In 1998 the business moved to the town of Truro, a small memorable town on the northern edge of the Barossa Valley. The winery is right now housed in the old Country Fire Station building. Since Craneford was established it has experienced various changes of both area and possession.
The greatest change came in 2004 when the winery, by then housed in the old nation fire station working in Truro, was extended and overhauled. In ’06 John Glaetzer joined the group as specialist winemaker, with Carol Riebke as the everyday winemaker. Quality grapes are sourced from contract cultivators, and creation has multiplied – stunning in these extreme circumstances.
The theory at Craneford Wines is to deliver premium quality wine produced using assortments which, specifically, exceed expectations in the Barossa. Craneford keeps on searching out vineyards and assortments which create natural product showing great local attributes and profundity of shading, while continually concentrating on quality, so as to save the uprightness of its wines. Natural product sourced from our different cultivators is dealt with as individual organic product packages amid the winemaking procedure. This guarantees each wine is made to encapsulate the best product of the vintage while proceeding to express the one of a kind characters of the every vineyard. Last mixes are made with parts chose simply after every vineyard wine has been separately tasted and examined to guarantee it lives up to our most noteworthy desires.