McBains of the Coonawarra
Located in the north west corner of the Coonawarra, a region famed for rich red wines, the McBain’s vineyard is named after a true Australian character central to the development of the region’s winemaking history.
Ewen McBain was employed by the great John Riddoch to run his newly opened winery in the late 1800s, building the business into one of the region’s most significant operations. The road on which he lived until retirement in 1922 is named in his honour, as is the adjacent McBains Vineyard.
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