Before Nina and Steve, who are of Greek origin, met each other during the harvest in the Australian Riverland in 1961, they hardly even dared to dream of their own winery, which would later become a joint project of the whole family. However, this is what happened, because the couple soon bought a piece of land for themselves and in 1965 proudly picked the first grapes produced by their own orchards. Bill Moularadellis, the couple's son, also grew up among the vines that produce these grapes, and today he is always piloting his family company into bigger waters.
Although Bill's parents can still be found almost every day of the year busy with various tasks on the farm, Bill himself bears the responsibility for the farm's production. He graduated as a winemaker from the prestigious Roseworthy University in 1985, and in the same year a wine cellar was built next to the farm's orchards. When interest in Australian wines began to grow, the farm's wines also began to be exported outside the country's borders, especially to Great Britain and Canada. In addition to managing the operation of the farm, Bill is still involved in winemaking in the role of head winemaker. Bill's wife Ivanka is currently in charge of the export market, while the couple's three daughters, Lauren, Victoria and Emma, are the source of inspiration for Mo Sisters wines. In just over fifty years, Kingston Estate has become a true family business whose story has only just begun.