Our Vineyards

Aldo’s, Barossa Valley

Aldo’s vineyard is situated in the centre of Williamstown in the southern Barossa Valley where Aldo Baraglia tendered to this vineyard for his entire life. The gnarly 72 year old dry-grown Grenache vines have survived droughts, floods and even housing developments. These old relics are harvested and pruned by hand and receive minimal input throughout the season. In addition to the old Grenache there is another block of younger 25 year old Grenache and chardonnay recently grafted to Pinot Gris.

Region – Barossa Valley
Sub Region – Williamstown
Elevation – 220m
Vineyard Size – 3 acres
Varieties – Grenache 1930s / 1990s, Pinot Gris (grafted on Chardonnay 1980s)
Wines – The Aldo

Hill 5, Clare Valley

The Hill 5 vineyard was purchased by Steve Baraglia and wife Laura Degenhardt in 2005. With an elevation of 475m, this vineyard is one of the highest in the Clare Valley, a perfect site for Riesling. The vineyard was planted in 2000 with 5 acres of Shiraz and 5 acres of Riesling. In 2006 a further 5 acres of Riesling was planted on an eastern facing slope to further increase this vineyard's potential. In 2011 1.5 acres was grafted to Cabernet Sauvignon.

Region – Clare Valley
Sub Region – Sevenhill
Elevation – 475m
Vineyard Size – 15 acres
Varieties – Riesling 2000 / 2006, Shiraz 2000, Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 Grafted
Wines – The First & Hill 5

Lindner, Barossa Valley

Planted in 2001 in Gomersal the Lindner vineyard is entirely Shiraz. This vineyard is early ripening and produces big, rich, full bodied wines. Naked Run is proud to say the Lindner vineyard provides the key element for the BWC, so much so that in 2008 the BWC was made solely from Lindner fruit.

Region – Barossa Valley
Sub Region – Gomersal
Elevation – 220m
Vineyard Size – 15 acres
Varieties – Shiraz 2001
Wines – BWC & The Aldo

Greenock, Barossa Valley

The Greenock vineyard was purchased by FABAL in 1999. The higher elevation of 330m results in the vineyard having a slower ripening period compared to other areas in the Barossa. The most of the vineyard was planted in 2001 to Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, with some existing blocks of older Grenache and Shiraz up to 50 years in age. Over the years this vineyard has grown a reputation of producing consistent icon grade fruit for both large corporate and smaller boutique wineries.

Region – Barossa Valley
Sub Region – Greenock
Elevation – 330m
Vineyard Size – 200 acres
Varieties – Shiraz 2001, Cabernet Sauvignon 2001, Grenache 1965
Wines – BWC & The Aldo