Tasmania lies in the path of the Roaring Forties, the most westerly winds that circle the Earth’s high southern latitudes. They bring clean air and pure rainwater to the island’s mountains, forests, farmlands and vineyards.
Craigow was one of the first vineyards established in southern Tasmania’s Coal River Valley, which is building an international reputation for producing outstanding cool-climate wines.
Growing conditions in this valley are ideal for the classic cool-climate varieties of Pinot Noir, Riesling and Chardonnay – all these premium varietal wines are bottled under the Craigow label.
Craigow’s wines are grown and crafted to reflect the characteristic terroir of the Coal River Valley, where the growing conditions are similar to the cool-climate wine regions of France.