William and Elizabeth Oliver arrived from Scotland in 1839 to settle at McLaren Vale. Six generations later, members of the family are still living on the Whitehill and Taranga farms. The Taranga property has 15 grape varieties planted (the lions share shiraz and cabernet sauvignon, with lesser quantities of chardonnay, chenin blanc, durif, fiano, grenache, mataro, merlot, petit verdot, sagrantino, semillon, tempranillo, viognier and white frontignac); grapes from the property have been sold, but since 1994 a portion has been made under the Olivers Taranga label. Since 2000 the wine has been made by Corrina Wright (the Oliver familys first winemaker and a sixth-generation family member), and in 11 the family celebrated 170 years of grapegrowing.
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