Located in the Riverland, CCW Co-operative Limited has approximately 550 grower members who proudly produce close to 200,000 tonnes of wine grapes annually.

Meet some of our growers

“Growing the best fruit in the world”

Meet Keith

“Security with CCW”

Meet Marg

“Thriving in the Riverland”

Meet Sandy

“Growing from strength to strength”

Meet Jim

A Message From Our Chair

Ashley Chabrel

Ashley Chabrel
“The strength of our co-op lies in you, the grower. For us, everything begins and ends with our growers, and achieving the best returns is at the heart of our value proposition.
That’s why we’ve made changes to our corporate structure, and are focusing on improving the skill set of our board members. We are now positioned to achieve results never before seen in the co-op.
I believe we grow the best value wine grapes in the country, with low disease pressure and good weather conditions. This will see a sustained demand for our produce on an international scale.
We can continue this strong market position by working together, and maintaining a unified front. This is what drives me, and I welcome any prospective member to get in touch to find out how we can deliver these benefits to you.”

Security for Members

15 Year Contracts

CCW offers contracts for up to 15 years giving you security and certainty each season

Price Negotiation

We negotiate prices to provide you a commercially competitive return

Expert Advice

Our viticulture experts are always available to visit your vineyard with best practice advice

Your Community

We’re focussed on our local community – everything that comes to us goes back to you the grower

We Have Growers All Over The Riverland

Fast Facts

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Latest CCW Viteo

CCW Viteo #2: Harvesting one of our trial patches.

Harvesting of one of the CCW NRM Soil Heath Project patches took place on Wednesday last week (19th February), at Tony Trezise’s vineyard, at Renmark South.

The 16 project treatments were harvested; weighed; and samples taken for analysis.

The Soil Health Project has shown some exciting results and will give growers insights as to how best to improve the health of their soils, and improve long term sustainability of production.

More to come……

Harvesting of one of the CCW NRM Soil Heath Project patches

Latest News

CCW Annual General Meeting

The CCW AGM was held on Tuesday, 8th September 2020,at the Riverland Field Day Site, and we had a good turnout considering the COVID awareness situation we are living in at the moment. The Chairman, and CEO gave insightful presentations. We that all those who attended.

Energy Efficiency Grants

The Federal government has just announced the “Energy Efficient Communities Program - Small Business Grants”. The maximum grant amount is $20,000. The grant can be used for one or more of the following: replacing existing equipment with higher efficiency equipment installing or replacing a component to help an existing system...

Water Market Fundamentals: How to make it work for you

Primary Industries and Regions South Australia presented an online workshop designed to assist South Australian irrigators gain confidence in successfully navigating the River Murray water market. This workshop offers simple and practical strategies to assist irrigators in planning and achieving better outcomes for their businesses. View the video of the...