8:11 am, Tuesday, 30/1/18

It has been no state secret that Infield is again buying up big in blue. Vintage co-ordinator, Ben Cooke, oversaw delivery this morning of our new Braud de-stemming harvester. Tried in tested in the Adelaide Hills, this technology has already had the tick of approval from local growers and leading winemakers. More information about our… Continue reading »

Value for money

Value for money

Every decision is crucial to the viability of your vineyard and an efficient management program will make a major difference to your profitability. Ideally, management practices should be orientated towards target quality levels for your vineyard, and although mindful of potential economic uncertainties, should not compromise on workmanship. In a competitive market, there will be… Continue reading »

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The Next Generation

Spring is well and truly here and Tom’s son, Sid, holds the evidence. Sid started his Certificate I in Agriculture at Urrbrae earlier in 2017 and has involved himself in this project from the start. There can be no doubt that this little team has yielded results and that father and son have both benefited. Good luck… Continue reading »

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The sheep’s back

Infield has been carrying stock at its Schoenthal vineyard since mid-May.  While this has been essentially a family affair for Tom and his son, Sid, it has also been beneficial exercise in the vineyard in keeping excess weeds at bay. However, with their sale pending, it was an important exercise to see if the ewes were… Continue reading »

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Poultry goodness

Some more “poultry goodness”  arriving at Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley, in preparation for some new vineyard planting. Talk to our viticulture team how to help your soil both before and after you establish your vineyard.