Established in 1989, and located in the Great Western wine region of the Grampians, in Western Victoria, Armstrong make exceptional wines made only in vintages of excellence.

The original 2 hectares of Shiraz was planted in 1989 producing the first crop in 1992. An additional 4.5 hectares of Shiraz was planted in 1995/96 producing the first crop in the 1998 vintage. Winemaker and show judge Tony Royal produced his first Great Western Shiraz from the 1996 vintage. Armstrong Shiraz is a benchmark Australian Shiraz.
Armstrong developed a video to assist with Wine Marketing in China.

Estate Grown. Nurtured by Nature. Crafted by Hand.

Tony Royal, Armstrong’s Winemaker, is a qualified Oenologist, graduating from Roseworthy College in 1982. Tony worked extensively in key winemaking roles within both Southcorp and Mildura Blass for 14 years. With his experience gained in these roles, Tony was qualified to move on and lead Oeneo Australasia Pty Ltd (previously Seguin Moreau Australia) as Chief Executive Officer for 8 years. In 2004, Tony joined the Portavin team and was instrumental in setting up Portavin’s newest facility in Port Adelaide; he now serves as Portavin SA’s Managing Director.