F.A.Q. Frequently Asked Questions

Caudo Vineyard is a family owned and run business. The Vineyard is a 450 acre property including multiple varieties of vines, citrus, almonds and stone fruit.

All the grapes are 100% grown and picked at Caudo Vineyard in Cadell, Riverland. The grapes come from fertile vineyards on the edge of the Murray River, Australia’s longest and largest river system. The Riverland is Australia’s largest wine producing region.

Caudo Vineyard grows a variety of Mediterranean style red and white varieties. We have boutique varieties such as Verdelho, Tempranillo and Sangiovese. Other well known varieties include Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Merlot.

The grapes are picked using a mechanical harvester.

The Vineyard is 30 years old.

The grapes are crushed at Waikerie and the wines are stored and fermented at Growers Wine Group Waikerie and also Moppa Vintners in the Barossa.

Our wines can be purchased at the cellar door, through selected bottle shop outlets and at our online shop.

Due to the Riverland’s warm Mediterranean style climate, the wines we produce are mostly dry with delicious ripe fruit flavours.

No. For the fermentation of the grapes to occur yeast must be added.

Yes, the wines are alcoholic.

Different markets prefer different types of packaging. We try to accomodate for which market the wine will be sold to.

You must be 18 years old to consume alcohol in Australia.

White wines should be stored between 7-12 degrees Celsius and red wines between 12-18 degrees Celsius.