Situated at an elevation ranging from 250 to 290m above sea level, Peregrine Ridge is the highest vineyard on the east side of the Mt Camel Range. Grown with a near perfect organic soil management regime, the Peregrine Ridge vineyard is planted on Cambrian soils that are at least 6m deep with a healthy distribution of greenstone (Jasper).
Peregrine Ridge is ratedby James Halliday in the Australian Wine Companion, which is his rating for “an excellent winery able to produce wines of high to very high quality, knocking on the door of a five-star rating. Will normally have one wine rated at 94 points or above, and two (or more) at 90 and above, others 87-89.”
Peregrine Ridge focuses on high quality, elegant Shiraz styles which emphasise the Mt Camel terroir. The wines are produced solely from estate grown fruit and handcrafted on site, using traditional techniques.
Peregrine Ridge aims to provide value for money at the top end of the quality spectrum of Australian red wines.