About Us
 

Our Wines
Imagine a place where you can sample fine Eyre Peninsula wines, surrounded by vineyards with a breathtaking vista of blue seas, cruising yachts and perhaps even a whale. Situated on the beautiful harbour of Boston Bay, Port Lincoln South Australia, Boston Bay Wines produces a premium range of superb red and great white wines. read more about our wines >

Our History
This picturesque vineyard and cellar door was established in 1984 by Graham and Mary Ford who were inspired by the French explorer, Captain Nicholas Baudin and his cartographer Citizen Freycinet who were so impressed by this spectacular peninsula that they named it Port Champagny believing its slopes would one day produce wines worthy of such a name. read more about our history>

Our Food & Wine Club
Boston Bay Wine is available for tasting and purchase at our cellar door which is located six kilometres north of Port Lincoln on the Lincoln Highway. Our food and wine club members regularly receive newsletters with information on new releases, special offers and events open to the public. Our wines can be purchased via our online enquiry form. more about food and wine club >

Our Functions & Catering Service
Our cellar door also doubles as a function centre complete with in house catering service. We regularly cater for weddings, birthdays, conferences, meetings and specialised dinner celebrations. Our award winning catering team are delighted to tailor your menu choice to feature premium Eyre Peninsula seafood products which compliment Boston Bay Wine perfectly. function and catering >           

Fordies by the Sea .. On TV             

Had enough of the celebrity chef boom? Port Lincoln's seafood master Tony Ford, based at Boston Bay Wines, has created what all Australians need : another celebrity cooking show! We have decided to turn up the heat with out own 'pilot' episode featuring spectacular locations topped with lip smaking seafood from Eyre Peninsula. A cooking clamity, crunchy to the last bite. Fordies by the Sea >

 

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