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The farm at Alkina was established in 2015 when Argentinian vintner, Alejandro Bulgheroni purchased a property near Greenock in the Barossa Valley. The property consisted of a vineyard planted in the 1950s and old stone buildings built in the 1850s. Together with local winegrower, Amelia Nolan, they both loved the rolling hills and the promise of the geology that lay beneath, as well as the area of old Grenache, Shiraz, Mataro and Semillon vines that we now call the Old Quarter.

The old stone buildings recalled the area’s period of German settler history and the establishment of a farm on this country by the Schulz family in the 1840s. Working with local tradesmen and artisans, we have lovingly brought these buildings back to life, using stone dug up on the property to ensure the authenticity of the restoration.

We have 43 hectares of organically farmed vines with younger plantings accompanying the old, still focusing on the heritage varieties that have found their natural home in the region. We grow and make all Alkina wines on the farm, hand picking the fruit and moving them to our small winery, which is also housed in an original 1850s building. In addition, the Homestead (1900), the Cottage and Tasting Room (both 1850) make up our ‘village’ situated right in the heart of the vineyard.


Below is a recent set of events that we know about in the area. Pre-dating these are the Ngadjuri Dreaming and Creation stories that have been passed down from generation to generation for thousands of years.




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