The Turner family have being growing vines in Mudgee since 1970, and launched the Frog Rock label in 1997, naming it after a nearby and well known frog-shaped granite boulders.
Ancient soils, minimum irrigation and little intervention
The philosophy used in our vineyards is to retain the primary fruit by using as little intervention in our vineyards as possible. We minimise our irrigation and spraying of chemicals to allow for the true fruit characters to translate into the wine. By using very little irrigation we encourage the vines to reach down into the rich and deep alluvial clay soils. The top block, our youngest plantings sits on some of Mudgee’s most sought after soils. Our grape varieties are planted according to which soil type, irrigation method and canopy management are required for maximum quality and varietal fruit flavour.
Wine: Cabernet Sauvignon
Australia: New South Wales
Frog Rock WInes
Australia Wide and Hong Kong
We are looking to find a distributor for our wines in Hawaii