2017

1843

In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

1850

In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

1900

In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

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Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

1990

In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

In 1843 Horticulturist George McEwin took up the land upon which the house and buildings of Glen Ewin Estate now stand, and began planting fruit trees and vines.

Glen Ewin was one of the earliest vineyards in South Australia with the first vines of Frontignac, Black Hambro and Roussillon planted in about 1845. However in 1891 wine-making ceased due to George McEwin's religious concerns regarding the morality of the enterprise and, thereafter, effort was concentrated on the product for which the property became best known - Glen Ewin Jams.

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