Murray Street Vineyards

As you turn off the highway at Greenock, the road drops down and you pass briefly through a typical Barossa country village – a pub; a general store; and a tidy well-kept row of vines and cottages. The names here speak of an older time: Ebenezer; Moppa; Gomersal; Marananga and Kalimna.

The road continues along a twist of shallow dips and rises, and a building set slightly back from the track comes into view – modern, but also one that has the squared, purposeful proportions of function rather than form. It is at one with its surroundings and is proudly constructed from the earth and stone on which it sits.

Murray Street Vineyards is more than a name; it is an address for some of the finest hand-crafted wines in the world.

Murray Street Vineyards was established in 2001, and was the shared dream of the Jahnke Family. It produces semillon, viognier, marsanne, cabernet, grenache, mataro, and shiraz, but its specialites are the shiraz, mataro and grenache. Murray Street Vineyards has 55 hectares under vine and produces 15,000 cases of wine each year.

The Tasting Room at Murray Street Vineyards offers guests the opportunity to enjoy a seated tasting of the company’s wine portfolio. Visitors are also encouraged to relax in the garden, take in views from the deck, or lounge on the sofas, while enjoying a platter of local produce, complemented with a glass of wine.

Situated in the Western Barossa ridge on the oldest soil in the world, it is no wonder that this vineyard produces such excellent wines. It has won numerous awards including Winery of the Year at the 2014 Melbourne International Wine & Spirits Competition. It has also been named as the number one thing to do in the Barossa Valley by TripAdvisor, and was awarded as a 5 Red Star Winery by acclaimed wine critic, James Halliday.

The wines at Murray Street Vineyards are grown, not made. The patchwork soils, the warm growing season, and the occasional fast-moving air of the afternoon breeze, all play a part in helping to shape the incredible flavour, structure and style of every wine.




The seamless palate shows vibrant fruit purity. Notes of freshly squeezed lemon juice and crisp green apples provide mouth- watering acidity with impeccable balance and precision.

Red Label The Barossa

On any given year, Murray Street Vineyards picks and ferments shiraz, grenache and mataro to build a wine that truly expresses the Barossa Valley. A ripe and hedonistic example of a classic Rhône blend, this wine was made for your enjoyment.

Black Label Shiraz

Lifted aromas of plum and ripe blackberry are supported by hints of spice and cedar. The palate shows rich and spicy plums, fresh blackberry and black cherry, which lead to a long fine-grained tannin finish.

Black Label Cabernet

Intoxicating aromas of crushed blackberry, violets and black cherry are supported by nuanced notes of tobacco leaf and star anise. Fresh flavours on the palate burst with red and black cherry, blackcurrant and green olive. A soft and generous structure leads to a rounded finish.



  • Getting There: Murray Street
  • Suburb: Greenock
  • Phone: (08) 8562 8373
  • Email: [javascript protected email address]
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  • Cellar Door: Open 10:00am–6:00pm daily Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day
  • Restaurant: No
  • Weddings & Functions: Yes (Max 120 seated and 100 cocktail)
  • Accommodation: No
  • Additional Features: Platters of local produce matched to the wine are available for purchase and guided tours by appointment