The Burge family name is synonymous with the Australian wine industry. The launch of Corryton Burge by the 6th Generation Brother and Sister duo; Trent and Amelia Burge is the next step in the families' winemaking journey. The brand is built upon the rich history surrounding the family property, Corryton Park Homestead. Built in 1845, the vineyards were first planted in the 1851. As a young boy astride his horse, the duo' s father, Grant would often have cause to venture past the majestic old homestead. He had always admired the elegant, Georgian home with its picturesque gardens, surrounded by rolling hills, and daydreamed of one day living there. Some years later while courting his future wife Helen, Grant found himself once again transfixed by the property. He proclaimed that should the opportunity ever arise, he would buy Corryton Park for her and their future family. Fast forward just a few more years and Corryton Park had two new and very happy owners. While Grant turned his attention to replanting the vineyard, Helen focused on resurrecting the ageing estate to its former glory. Now, Corryton Park Homestead is the central place the family comes together, family weddings and milestone birthdays amongst the events celebrated there. It is a place where friends and family come together to share the joy of wine and has become the centrepiece of, and inspiration behind, Corryton Burge wines. Our roots stretch back six generations to one of the original settler families of the Barossa Valley. Wine isn't just something we make, its part of who we are. We don't work in the industry, we live it. Every single day. With Corryton Burge, we haven't just made great wine, we've put our heart and soul into it.
- Fruit driven Pinot Gris with great balance of acid and length on the palate. Sourced from the families Early Rise vineyard in the Adelaide Hills. A vineyard that consistently delivers fruit with high acid and natural flavours. A fresh, vibrant ... Learn More
- An approachable fruit driven style with good acid and backbone. Sourced from our long term growers in Eden Valley, the Milton Tscharke family. Planted on an Eastern facing slope the fruit avoids the harsh afternoon sun. With crisp apple, lemon ... Learn More
- Classic Australian Chardonnay lead by its tropical fruit flavours. Striking aromas of lemon and peach open up to a palate of tropical stone fruit and lemon. The oak treatment has produced a wine with a wonderful richness and mouthfeel. The ... Learn More