Duxton Vineyards operate three sites located across the Murray Darling Region

in south western News South Wales near the rural city of Mildura.


Duxton’s Euston vineyard is part of a 4000 hectare property situated on the banks of the Murray River in south-western New South Wales.  The vineyard was established by one of Australia’s best known viticultural families, the Chalmers family, in the 1980s and over the last thirty years has grown to a total of 803 hectares under vine encompassing nine different classic and Mediterranean varieties.  The terroir is classic red sandy-loam soils overlaying an ancient limestone bedrock.

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Duxton Vineyards Wentworth properties is comprised of two farms with over 9,000 hectares and has over 1,200 hectares under vine and is located in south-western New South Wales on Australia’s third longest river, the Darling, near the historic township of Wentworth.  Established in the mid 1990s, the strength of this vineyard is its composition; a diverse range of large scale plantings of 17 different wine grape varieties.

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The Coomealla farms is comproised of six farms between Gol Gol and Wentworth, located in south-western New South Wales just across the river from Mildura. Importantly the Gol Gol property is centrally located for ease of logistics and forms the centre of local administration and the home of the fully equipped repairs and maintenance workshop.

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