Gaelic Cemetery Vineyard

South Australia | Clare Valley

Our Review

Gaelic Cemetery Vineyard was planted in '96, adjacent to the historic cemetery of the region’s Scottish pioneers. Situated in a secluded valley of the Clare hills, the low-cropping vineyard, said the founders, ‘is always one of the earliest ripening shiraz vineyards in the region’. The result is hands-off winemaking. Previously owned by the Pike family, Gaelic Cemetery was purchased by Pirathon in '19. -JAMES HALLIDAY


Shiraz, Riesling

Cellar Door

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Stockist Information

International Sales Information

Exports to the UK, the US, Canada, Germany, Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong.


Gaelic Cemetery Vineyard logo
Winemaker Julian Bermingham
Viticulturalist Paul Aworth
Region Clare Valley
Address Gaelic Cemetery Road, Stanley Flat, SA 5453
Established 2005
Dozens 2000
Vineyards (area) 16.8 ha
Opening Hours By appt