About Us

Our story

In 1918, Peter’s great-grandfather Sam bought the first vineyard in the Barossa Valley in South Australia, exploding their family winemaking history. After three generations of family history, Peter has maintained their family tradition and constantly seeks new ways. He hopes all the wine lovers can drink Australia fine wine.


Peter grew up in vineyard and he has been familiar about the variety of grapes. He has a ambition to become a winemaker. In order to reach his dream, he choose to study viticulture and winemaking at the University of Adelaide. After completing his studying, he worked in the Treasury Wine Estates and Pernod Ricard Group to participate all the winemaking jobs. With the combination of theory and practice, Peter returned to his family business and worked with his wife Tracy.


Since 1990, he has been the chief winemaker and show his enthusiastic in all wine products. Peter’s winemaking philosophy is to use their own grapes to produce diverse styles of wine and meets all the needs of drinkers. All the efforts have created the reputation of BNPR products.


BNPR Estate is in the Barossa Valley. This estate is in a plateau with a milder terrain. The soil is sandy. The pebble layer is characteristic in this area. The age of the vines is around 60 to 100 years old and the variety is mainly Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and others. The beautiful wine made with this grape is especially suitable for aging. Peter’s elegant wines are devoted to all hard work and love. For more than 30 years, Peter has continued to develop his own breakthroughs, hoping to provide all kinds of wines.

Our brand

Why our brand call the BNPR Wines? Because of the North Para River is a river located in the Barossa Valley of the Australian state of South Australia. The North Para River rises in the Barossa Ranges near Eden Valley and follows a meandering path through the Barossa Valley. For this great river, Peter decides BNPR/ PARRA Wines as his brand name. At the same time, these four English letters also represent B for Brave, N for Noble, P for Progressive, R for Real, which is also their family faith.

Our wine

Every year we press 2,500 tons of grapes, 3 million liters of wine capacity, and making about 1.5 million liters of wine.

Our wines are mainly from South Australia and include: Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Limestone Coast, Coonawarra, Adelaide Hills, Currency Creek, Langhorne Creek and Riverland.