The Barossa wine region in South Australia is a contemporary region with a European tradition of food and wine that spans 7 generations.

It has a long history of making full-bodied reds and robust white wines. Ed Schild is a Barossa Valley grape grower who first planted a small vineyard at Rowland Flat in 1952. The flagship wine is made from 170-year-old shiraz vines. The Schild portfolio comprises pure Shiraz, Cabernet or GSM blend, sparkling white and red, an unwooded Chardonnay and a vibrant Moscato. Each wine truly reflects terroir and varietal character.