Winemaker Angela Meaney
Angela Meaney has been working in the wine industry since 1984 and has a Bachelor Degree in Wine Science. She was the winemaker at Normans Winery at Clarendon for 8 years, then at Chapel Hill Winery, McLaren Vale for 9 years, where they made wines from all over South Australia. She had her own successful wine brand, Bundaleer Wines, for 15 years which won numerous awards across Australia, was named as one of James Halliday 5 Star ‘Dark Horse Wineries’.
Vineyard Manager Ashley Ratcliff
Ashley holds a Masters Degree in Wine Technology & Marketing and is a Bachelor of Applied Science in Viticulture. He has been employed as a viticulturist, winery manager, and general manager in many Australian local wine companies and international wine companies.
Australian Government Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry Science and Innovation award for work completed on rootstock management and wine quality (2006)
Wine Business Monthly Top 50 Stars of the Australian Wine Industry (2011, 2013 & 2014)
Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology Viticulturist of the Year (2013)
ABC Rural Horticulturist of the Year (2013)
ABC Rural runner-up Farmer of the Year (2013)
Riverland Wine Industry/Winemaker of the Year (2013)