Siegersdorf strives for fresh varietal fruit flavours

Siegersdorf Range

First established in 1966 by legendary Hardy’s winemaker Dick Heath, Siegersdorf built a reputation as one of Australia’s finest wines.

Siegersdorf means ‘Conqueror’s Village’ and is the Silesian village where Napoleon rested and re-supplied his army during his retreat from the Russians. Many years later Silesian migrants to South Australia’s Barossa Valley used the name for one of their local parishes, subsequently renamed Dorrien during World War 1.