DiGiorgio Family Wines is a family owned winery right in the heart of Coonawarra. The Coonawarra winery had been known since the early 1950’s as Rouge Homme and holds enormous importance within the “winescape” of Australia. The winery is renowned for the production of Jimmy Watson trophy winning wines and received numerous other awards for its wines.
In addition to producing premium Coonawarra wines from and Lucindale wines, the DiGiorgio family sources specific varietal fruit from different areas of the Limestone Coast where they believe the terroir is best suited to the variety. These wines make up the Renaissance Range and are a selection of varieties specially chosen to demonstrate the versatility of the region and the passion and ambition of our winemakers.
When visiting our Coonawarra cellar door you will have the opportunity to taste premium wines from our extensive portfolio. The new outdoor room, seating area and large lawn is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine with a ‘pick your own produce’ platter, select from our large range of local and SA produce and we will present it beautifully on a platter for you to enjoy with family and friends. Kids and dogs are most welcome!
Coonawarra is situated in the heart of the Limestone Coast. The Limestone Coast is home to some of South Australia’s most spectacular natural wonders. In the heart of Mount Gambier discover the aptly-named Blue Lake, the underground oasis, Umpherston Sinkhole or a New Orleans-style jazz club. Snorkel or dive the crystal-clear waters of the Kilsby Sinkhole or Piccaninnie Ponds or snuggle up glamping under a blanket full of stars. Top it off with wine from over 40 cellar stunning cellar doors steeped in history. Take a drive to visit the stunning seaside towns of Robe and Beachport and feast on fresh crayfish or King George Whiting in the season.
Play any number of stunning world class golf courses usually filled with friendly kangaroos or take a hike through beautiful national parks. Cycle along cycle trails, lose yourself in the many art galleries and museums, enjoy the cafes, restaurants and historic hotels in the region or just curl up with a book in front of an open fire in winter or a warm, sunny spot in summer.