With over 35 years in the wine industry Neil brings years of winemaking and winery management experience. Neil’s vintage experience includes Swan Hill, Rutherglen, the King Valley in Victoria, Taylor Fladgate and Yeatman in Portugal and senior roles with Campbell’s, Brown Brothers, All Saints and Taylors.


Kaye has completed over 35 vintages as a vintage widow and bringing up this family whilst Neil worked long vintage hours. At one point the whole family spent two months in Portugal where Neil worked a vintage for Taylor Fladgate and Yeatman – a real family affair.


The eldest, Sally, worked in the industry for
 Wine Australia for seven years. In Sally’s younger
 years she worked in several Clare Valley vineyards,
 while studying at University where she undertook a bachelor marketing and accounting degrees.


Not surprising, Andrew followed in his father’s footsteps, finishing a bachelor of Oenology at the University of Adelaide in 2003. He has been winemaking in the McLaren Vale for the past 10 years and has spent time travelling through Europe and America “researching” wine styles. Most recently in 2012. Andrew conducted a vintage at Grace Vineyards in the Shanzi Province of China. Andrew believes his wine education will never end, and loves the challenge that each vintage throws at him. Reflecting the grape, the vintage and how the vines express themselves in the wine.


The artistic one of the bunch. Like his brother and sister, Kim spent most of his school holidays in the vineyards as well as vintages in the Clare Valley and Canada. Torn between his passions for art, design and wine, Kim has spent many years finding his niche. He pursued University Oenology and Hospitality degrees, before finding his calling in graphic design.