Nestled in the hamlet of Leasingham (2 kilometres south of Watervale), the Tim Gramp winery has served as a production and cellar door sales base since its purchase in 1996.
The four acre Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard, winery complex and old stone cottage provided the perfect opportunity for Tim Gramp to pursue his winemaking direction and philosophy.

Following 1996, many developments have taken place at “Gramp headquarters”. These include extensive renovations to the old cottage, a total refit to the winery, a new crushing facility and crusher/destemmer, housing of an old basket press, and the planting of a new Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard.

This vineyard has been designed using a unique Italian “Sylvoz” trellising system – the first of its kind in the Clare Valley.

Other recent developments such as the use of screw caps for the entire range of Tim Gramp wines represent an important blending of modern wine making practices with traditional methods such as basket pressing that have withstood the test of time. This, combined with the best quality fruit sourced from the best performing regions, results in wines of outstanding quality and consistency.

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