Large Australian wine company based in Rowland Flat GI area Barossa Valley
(South Australia). In 1989 she was from the French beverage company Pernod Ricard
acquired. In the 1990s, Orlando became famous for the "Jacobs's Creek" created by Philip Laffer. He is named after the Australian surveyor William Jacob, who measured the Barossa Valley in 1840. In 1847, the native of Bavaria Johann Gramp (1819-1903) planted the first vines on the banks of Jacob's Creek. This brand wine
reached a tremendous popularity and surpassed even the sales volume of one worldwide Mouton Cadet
, The red wine produced in Bordeaux style is produced from grapes of different GI ranges. The Jacob's Creek white wine is blended from Semillon and Chardonnay. However, other brands are also produced, such as Gramps, Jacaranda Ridge, Lawson's Shiraz, Rhine Riesling Rockery, St. Helena Rhine Riesling and St. Hugo Cabernet Sauvignon. The winery was awarded the coveted in 1994 O'Shea Award
excellent. Over the years, the Orlando Wyndham Group has acquired a large number of wineries and brands, all of which are now empires Pernod Ricard
count (see there).