Berton Vineyards began in 1996 when Bob and Cherie Berton bought 70 acres of land in Eden Valley, South Australia. This meant moving the whole family 800km away, to the rolling hills of High Eden. Over the next few years 35 acres was planted to Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc. At this point Bob was running the vineyard on the weekends and working for Miranda Wines in the Barossa Valley.
In 2005, Bob and his partners purchased a winery in Yenda, NSW. And so began the memorable vintage of 2006!
Thirteen years later, we have managed to survive and grow the business. Berton Vineyards is now one of the 20 biggest wineries in Australia. We enjoy making a certain style of wines which can be summed up as understated, clean and fruit driven, with good depth of flavour, and our aim is always to over deliver in quality and value for money.