History of Whites Road

In the 1950s, Harold Victor White purchased the original farm situated on a then unnamed dirt road. It was later called Whites Road in recognition of the first family to settle there.


Whites Road remains a dirt road, but now instead of horse-drawn vehicles, large trucks, seeders and harvesters travel its length, leaving deep ruts or trenches in the mud in winter and choking clouds of dust in summer.


The verges of Whites Road are lined with old gnarled Mallee trees, the same trees that greeted early settlers. The scrub is interspersed with tea trees, wattles, wild oranges and quandongs, fruits the local Narungga aboriginal tribe harvested for food. Generations have farmed on the Whites Road property, proud to live on a road bearing their name.

Help support our local wine regions

It’s been a devastating year for us and many South Australian wineries struggling with trade restrictions and the downturn in tourism. We are proud of everyone in our industry who are still busy producing quality South Australian wines. To continue supplying you with our product we have adopted a number of incentives including delivery service, package deals and regular promotions. Please quench your thirst and take advantage of these great offers. You’ll be supporting local South Australian business – many thanks.

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Proudly family owned and operated

Traditional Processes


From pruning to harvesting by hand we produce the best quality fruit.

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Our passion is the wine industry. We love sharing our wines with the world

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