The range has been awarded over 3,500 show awards.
In 1847, a young Bavarian immigrant, Johann Gramp, planted the Barossa Valley's first commercial vineyard on the banks of Jacob's Creek in South Australia. This small vineyard went on to become part of Orlando Wyndham, one of Australia's most successful wine exporters.
The winery released the modern Jacob's Creek label onto the Australian market in 1976, with a Shiraz Cabernet Malbec blend from the 1973 vintage. As a result of its success, this was followed over the next few years by other varietals, including Riesling and Chardonnay.
In 1994, Jacob's Creek won the coveted Maurice O'Shea Trophy for outstanding contribution to the Australian wine industry - the first time a brand has won this prestigious award, rather than an individual. The introduction of the Reserve range in 2000 heralded a new era for Jacob's Creek by introducing wines of higher quality at a more premium price.
Traditional - the core range of fresh, fruit-driven wines that do not require cellaring.
Sparkling - a range of sparkling wines offering very good value and consistency.
Heritage - 5 benchmark Australian wines, sourced from the finest vineyards with important historical roots that pay tribute to the rich history of Jacob's Creek.
Reserve - premium wines with increased intensity of varietal flavor, structure and ageing potential.