Growing our own Wines

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Wines from grapes grown by our Growers.

About Us


The Largest grape supply company in Australia


CCW Co-operative Ltd has almost 600 grapegrower members with the ability to produce around 200,000 tonnes of winegrapes each year. This is over 10 percent of the total annual crush in Australia.

The vineyard area of our growers covers nearly 8,000 hectares, and comprises some 55 different winegrape varieties from the popular Chardonnay and Shiraz to the lesser known Pinot Gris and Malbec.

The co-operative has a preferred supplier agreement with Accolade Wines Australia, supplying that company with grapes for their well known Banrock Station, Renmano and Berri Estates brands.

Board of Directors

CCW is a member-owned and controlled Co-operative, governed by rules which provide for certain requirements under the Co-operatives Act and managed by a Board of Directors, who are active suppliers to CCW.

To be elected onto the Board, a grower must have delivered fruit to CCW during the two previous seasons. Elections are held at the Annual General Meeting, which is usually held in April of each year.

CCW holds additional Grower meetings during the course of the year to keep members informed of market, industry and pricing trends, together with supply and demand outlooks.

Our Strength

Through a solid association with Accolade Wines Australia, CCW can:
  • Negotiate prices each vintage enabling the CCW member to receive a commercially competitive price and benefits of any subsequent negotiations regarding price variations.
  • Work closely with members in the formation of their contracts with varying terms of up to 15 years to all members.
  • Represents its members on industry issues. 

  • Provide its members with technical support for quality grape production, through access to its own Viticultural Officers (and valuable information relating to property redevelopment).