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Phone - (02) 6033 6000
Monday to Saturday - 9am to 5pm
Sunday - 10am - 5pm

Closed Good Friday & Christmas Day
Private tasting & bus group by appointment.

Campbells Wines
4603 Murray Valley Highway, PO Box 44, Rutherglen, Victoria 3685, AUSTRALIA

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Campbells in 2017

“A family winery is not just the wine in the bottle; it’s the soil under your fingernails, storms and spring sunshine, tears and laughter, and visitors who become family friends”

Established in 1870

Brothers Colin as winemaker and Malcolm as viticulturist form the ‘dream team’. They have been joined by the fifth generation who are adding their skills and ideas to build on the family tradition and knowledge which began in 1870.

The Fifth Generation

Julie is the winemaker and is taking over the custodianship of the Campbell’s style from Col while Susie oversees the marketing direction and sales and Jane oversees all elements of brand and public relations plus her much loved cellar door and all the events.

“Wine is in our blood; we’ve grown up with it. We live it, breathe it and love it.”

Together they have a shared vision to champion the region by leading the way with outstanding wines, innovative and progressive practices and an authentic winery experience.

They have added to the traditional Rutherglen treasures of Shiraz and Durif with Tempranillo, Roussanne and Viognier and say there is more to come!

Of course the soul of Campbells and a constant reminder of the gifts of generations past are their sleeping giants which are stored in the heart of the cellars – their world famous and unique Muscats and Topaques of Rutherglen.

“Wine is in our blood; we’ve grown up with it.
We live it, breathe it and love it.”

A group of 12 like-minded and multi generational winemaking families. Highly respected in the Australian wine industry and around the world, these families have icon wine status and a demonstrated commitment to excellence. They are custodians of some of Australia’s best vineyards, most famous names and irreplaceable history