Jacob’s Creek is rooted in 170 years of winemaking tradition, which began when Johann Gramp planted his first vineyard on the banks of Jacob’s Creek in 1847. In doing so, Johann founded the Gramp & Sons winery and began a history of winemaking innovation that continues today.
From the humble cottage of William Jacob set along the banks of a small creek to the legacy of the Gramp family, we have over 150 years of winemaking tradition flowing through our vineyards. It’s a heritage we are passionate about, and just as equally, what drives us to create new wines to be enjoyed for more years to come.
Spicy red berry with subtle mocha and vanilla oak influence. Soft red berry and rich plum with a spicy cedar finish. This wine is a great example of the approachable style of Jacob’s Creek Classic wines.
Enjoy on its own or with roast leg of lamb or hard cheeses such as Cheddar.
Dark cherry and plum with notes of mocha spice. A bright, medium length wine made in an approachable style. The palate offers plum and warmed berry flavours and lovely soft tannins.
Enjoy with grilled steak, pizza or tomato-based pasta dishes.
A modern take on the classic Australian Merlot, with medium body and a soft, approachable style. Intense blackberry with spice and leafy notes. Vanilla and sweet dark berry fuits with mocha oak and lovely silky tannins.
Enjoy with your favourite pasta or semi-hard cheeses like Edam.
A medium-bodied wine with the bold characteristics of Cabernet Sauvignon in an approachable style. Chocolate, black pepper and red berries. The palate offers fresh red fruits, with tight textural tannins and integrated oak complexity.
Enjoy with beef fillet, marinated roast leg of lamb, lamb ragu tagliatelle or a dried shitake mushrooms and black bean burger with gruyere.
A modern Australian Chardonnay that is complex yet easy to drink and showcases a range of varietal flavours. An intense mix of citrus and melon underpinned by toasty notes. The well rounded and creamy palate showcases vibrant fruit flavours and toasty oak.
Enjoy on its own or with white fish or creamy chicken pasta.