“Trevarrick Farm” was the original name of our property when it was first settled by John and Anne Trestrail in the 1850s. More than a century later in 1970, vines were planted on this magnificent land and the Skillogalee vineyards were established. When we harvest the grapes, each individual contour block on the estate picked and handled individually, the Trevarrick name is reserved for those contours which exhibit exceptional quality and varietal character of the vintage.
The grapes for the Trevarrick Riesling are hand selected and hand-harvested from some of the highest altitude, slowest ripening contours on the property, at around 500m above sea level. The stony, thin soils and topography of this part of the vineyard produce unique, high-quality grapes bursting with varietal character.
Trevarrick showcases the essence of Skillogalee!