Cloudbreak, a new horizon. Jack Tomich’s passion
project. As a third generation winemaker, Jack
established Cloudbreak to break away from his family’s
traditional style of winemaking at Tomich Wines and
experiment with new styles and ideas. With his rich
history in wine and estate sourced Adelaide Hill fruit,
Jacks attitude towards winemaking intends to push the
boundaries. Making seriously good wine that shouldn’t
be taken too seriously.
The vineyard is approximately 365m – 400m above sea level, has an annual rainfall of approximately 800mm and records temperatures that are five degrees centigrade cooler than Adelaide.
The mesoclimate is ideally suited to producing premium fine wine as the cool temperatures promote late budburst and long, slow ripening of fruit. These nurtured grapes produce intense, pure fruit flavours for wines of a complex and delicate nature.
The Onkaparinga Valley was recognized as some of the best land in the State of South Australia by the early settlers. The vineyard property was originally opened up by the South Australian Company in 1840. The first man to work the land was a German settler, Johann Köhlhagen whose home built in 1857, still stands on the property.
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