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Corryton Burge

Corryton Burge unites two generations of the Burge family in the Barossa, celebrating a legacy of exceptional winemaking with wines that reflect their passion and commitment to quality.
The family on the steps of Corryton Park Estate
The family on the steps of Corryton Park Estate

Corryton Burge, a proud family-owned winery in the heart of the Barossa Valley, epitomizes a legacy of exceptional winemaking that spans six generations. The journey began with Old Collegian Grant Burge's youthful dream of owning the majestic Corryton Park Estate, a vision he realized with his wife, Helen. Today, their children, Amelia, Trent & Toby continue this legacy, representing two generations united in their passion for winemaking and the creation of Corryton Burge wines.

The vineyards, first planted in 1851, are nestled in the rolling hills of Eden Valley, benefiting from a unique microclimate that mirrors the famed Coonawarra region. This exceptional terroir allows Corryton Burge to produce wines that are a true expression of their origin, rich in flavour and complexity. The winery stands as a symbol of the Burge family's dedication to excellence and authenticity, with every decision made around their family table reflecting their commitment to quality.

Corryton Burge invites wine enthusiasts to experience the joy of their wines, where each bottle tells a story of heritage, dedication, and the unwavering belief in the power of family and community. Whether enjoyed with friends or during special occasions, Corryton Burge wines are crafted to bring people together, embodying the heart and soul of the Burge family.

Use code SPOC24 to access 15% off all wine orders on the family winery's website

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