Nashwauk

Nashwauk vineyard overlooks the coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula & the township of McLaren Vale. The vineyard takes its name from a ship, the Nashwauk, which was wrecked off the nearby coast on May 13th 1855.
The close proximity of the Nashwauk vineyard to the Gulf of St Vincent and the resultant cooling afternoon sea breezes means this variety enjoys relatively even ripening conditions and facilitates the development of optimum levels of flavour, colour and tannin.