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Yalumba Vineyards
Title : Yalumba Vineyards Yalumba Vineyards
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Source : B 38166
Date of creation : ca. 1914
Format : Photograph
Contributor : State Library of South Australia
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Description :

Grape Pickers from Yalumba Vineyards.

Samuel Smith was employed by pioneer George Fife Angas at his Angaston property around 1848. In 1849 Smith purchased his own land and named the property 'Yalumba'. He planted a vineyard and produced the first wine from his grapes in 1853.

Related names :

S. Smith & Son

Yalumba Vineyards

Period : 1884-1913
Region : Barossa
Further reading :

Linn, Rob. Yalumba & its people, Angaston: Samuel Smith & Son, 1999

S. Smith and Son. 100 years in the good earth: [the development of the] Yalumba Vineyards at Angaston, South Australia, 1849-1949, Adelaide: The Advertiser Printing Office, 1949

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