SA winemaker Trevor Jones accused of destroying $300,000 worth of wine
A prominent South Australian winemaker has faced court accused of destroying more than $300,000 worth of wine from a Barossa Valley winery. Trevor David Jones, 57, has been charged with serious criminal trespass and property damage. Jones previously made wine for Kellermeister Wines at Lyndoch, where it is alleged he deliberately opened taps on four wine tanks releasing nearly 25,000 litres of wine in February. He now runs his own winery, Trevor Jones Fine Wines, also based at Lyndoch.