Jacob’s Creek

This multi-award-winning New World wine is a global market leader and true icon of the Australian industry.

Jacob’s Creek range

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Main markets for Jacob’s Creek

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  • 1. Australia
  • 2. UK
  • 3. USA
  • 4. Canada
  • 5. Gulf

Jacob’s Creek in short

N°1
bottled wine brand in Australia
N°1
premium Australian wine brand in 17 markets globally
1 million
glasses of Jacob's Creek enjoyed globally every day
7 000
awards won in 10 years
70
countries where Jacob's Creek wines are exported

Know-how 

The grapes are sourced from several wine-growing regions in southeast Australia. This enables the winegrowers to select the ideal grapes and overcome weather-related variability. 
Jacob’s Creek's philosophy involves producing fresh, contemporary elegant wines which are ready upon release, and can also be enjoyed over time with careful cellaring.  

History of Jacob’s Creek

1847
1976
Today

In 1847, a young Bavarian immigrant Johann Gramp planted the first commercial vineyard in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. The chosen site was along the banks of a small natural waterway known as Jacob’s Creek. This area is now one of Australia's most renowned wine regions.

Johann’s pioneering spirit was celebrated in 1976 with the launch in Australia of the first “Jacob’s Creek” wine, a Shiraz Cabernet Malbec blend made from the 1973 vintage.

Today, the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, overlooking the same creek where it all began, welcomes over 150,000 international visitors every year. 

In 1847, a young Bavarian immigrant Johann Gramp planted the first commercial vineyard in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. The chosen site was along the banks of a small natural waterway known as Jacob’s Creek. This area is now one of Australia's most renowned wine regions.

Johann’s pioneering spirit was celebrated in 1976 with the launch in Australia of the first “Jacob’s Creek” wine, a Shiraz Cabernet Malbec blend made from the 1973 vintage.

Today, the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, overlooking the same creek where it all began, welcomes over 150,000 international visitors every year. 

In 1847, a young Bavarian immigrant Johann Gramp planted the first commercial vineyard in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. The chosen site was along the banks of a small natural waterway known as Jacob’s Creek. This area is now one of Australia's most renowned wine regions.

Johann’s pioneering spirit was celebrated in 1976 with the launch in Australia of the first “Jacob’s Creek” wine, a Shiraz Cabernet Malbec blend made from the 1973 vintage.

Today, the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, overlooking the same creek where it all began, welcomes over 150,000 international visitors every year.