Angullong Vineyard

Angullong is a family owned wine company from the premium high altitude cool climate wine region of Orange in the Central West of New South Wales located about 350km west of Sydney.

The Angullong vineyards are located on the southern lower slopes of the Orange region at the foothills of Mt Canobolas, an ancient volcano. Angullong’s topography is best described as dramatic. The country ranges from undulating to steep hills with spectacular limestone escarpments that radically descend to the fast flowing Belubula River.

Angullong has a strong pastoral heritage. The Crossing family acquired the Angullong property in 1950 and has continued to run the property as a successful sheep and cattle station.
A portion of the property (540 acres) was planted to vineyards in 1998, 1999 and 2000. The remaining 4,000 acres of well watered and sheltered grazing country is used for the Crossing family’s commercial Angus cattle and fodder cropping enterprises (Angullong Pastoral Co).

The Angullong wine label was created in 2003. We are the first generation of winegrowers drawing on the expertise and care that the previous generations have put into the land.