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Wangolina is the multi-faceted gem of the Limestone Coast. Based in the Mt Benson region where the Goode family has owned and managed the same land for 100 years, Anita Goode, the current generation has taken the fruit to new heights offering not only a suite of incredible value wines but is now the leading producer of alternate varieties in the Limestone Coast.


Since an early age Anita was drawn to winemaking, completing working experience at Wynns and going on to study winemaking at Adelaide University she worked comprehensively through the key wine regions of the world including Oregon, Bordeaux and Martinborough. Anita puts much of her expertise down to her incredible mentors over the years including Kym Milne MW. Taking over the family estate in 2013 Anita, along with a couple of other members of the team does everything from viticulture to winemaking and can even be seen holding court at the cellar door. 


Passionate about the broader Limestone Coast zone Anita can often be found in neighboring regions looking for unique varietals to work with and as such has steadily grown the portfolio to include tiny volumes of lesser known varietals garnering quite a reputation for her “Midas touch”. Anita says her style of winemaking comes from the dedication and hard work of caring for vines and her passion is to deliver wines that reflect what can happen when people work with fruit to showcase its full potential.



Being the 5th generation to be raised working the land in a region has given Anita a thorough understanding of what it takes to ethically care for the environment around her. Whilst viticulture in the Mt Benson region is far from easy due to everything from fog and frost to gale force winds as a result of the absolute coastal nature of the region Anita carefully measures the pros and cons of each vineyard input with the result being a “less is more” approach. Her ethos is based on her fathers teachings of “do it right, do it once” meaning there is no viticultural practice that is not thoroughly required. The property is positioned on stunning sandy soils that overlay a limestone bedrock which the vines are able to penetrate to reach the water table coupled with drip irrigation means water use is well below industry average.

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