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About Geyer Wine Co.

After a childhood in the Barossa Valley, Dave Geyer found himself working in the vineyards of Torbreck in 2002. This sparked his interest in all things viticulture and preceded a 7-year stint in the winery. Given an opportunity to travel for vintage to the US in 2007, the goal of one day producing his own wines was cemented. A trial run ensued in 2009 where he and his brother worked to develop ‘Geyer Brothers’.

A thirst for knowledge and palate expansion flourished with vintages in New Zealand, South Africa and France. From there, Dave came home and started life in the Barossa with his wife. He sought to control the process from the vineyard, with the elimination of synthetic chemicals, to the winery to produce wines created through natural fermentation and traditional minimal intervention techniques. Soon after, a transition from Geyer Brothers to Geyer Wine Co. followed as the brothers parted ways. 2015 was the first installment of Geyer Wine Co. where Dave looks to highlight regional and varietal characteristics of small vineyard parcels which are share farmed across the Barossa Valley in a sustainable fashion. The Geyer Wine Co. portfolio has diversified since 2015 but the underlying values and winemaking beliefs remain the same. Dave juggles his time between working for himself, his new 40ha farming endeavor and on his other label, Yetti and the Kokonut.

  • Owner Dave Geyer
  • Winemaker Dave Geyer
  • Average Annual Production 1,500
  • Farming Practices Practicing organic

Dave Geyer profiled by ‘Young Gun of Wine’

Dave was a 2018 finalist for ‘Young Gun of Wine’ and his recent work with Pete Schell of Spinifex is only a small part of his story.  Dave comes from a long line of growers in the Barossa and his work at Lammershoek (alongside Jurgen Gouws of Intellego and Craig Hawkins of Testalonga) as well […]
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