What you're drinking when you buy an "Estate" wine.
So you may spot the phrase “Estate Grown” or “Estate made” or “Estate Grown and made” in a winery’s marketing or even on the wine label itself and ask yourself…. What does it all mean?
Back in 2005, after two bumper vintages we had some Shiraz grapes left over from what would normally be provided to one of the many different wineries we supplied grapes to, with no other options for the fruit we had a choice to make..
Temperature, light and humidity are two of the most overlooked aspects of wine tasting. When wine is not kept within the best temperature and humidity ranges, wine may age prematurely. Read on to learn how best to store your wine.
Atze’s was asked back to the second annual Riedel Trophy that has been run. The previous winner was Damien Tscharke in a strong field which included Kalleske Wines, Howard Vineyard, David Franz to name a few.
Let’s take a quick look at the process after the fruit is delivered from the vineyard, and how the wine is made.
New kid on the Barossa Block Montepulciano making waves in the wine world. Atze's Corner Wines featured in Wine and Viticulture journal. Read on to learn what makes this variety one of the best new comers around.
A massive honour to one of your favourite Atze’s wines has taken out the “Power and Presence” Award at the Adelaide Review Hot 100 awards in November 2014.
Let me introduce to you a good mate and an expert in the field of all things wine, Phil Reedman MW, he’s been in the game for over 30 years now and boy does he know his stuff! He’s been kind enough to put his nose and palate on the line to talk you through a few of our wines, today he’s had a look “The Bachelor” 2012 Shiraz.
Every year a large portion of Barossa wineries duke it out for medals and awards, the ‘Big Boys’ and Boutique producers go toe to toe for bragging rights for the week long event. The array of wines you can taste at these events is incredible and the competition is fierce.
Located at the Northern tip of the Barossa Valley, these subregions are home to some the finest and most sort after wines in the world.
Since bottling this wine in 2012 after 2 years in a new Francois Freres hogshead barrel we are super excited to announce the inaugural release of our first single vineyard survivor vineyard wine, “The Forgotten Hero” Shiraz.
Time to update this blog/news page with a bit more regularity then a Barossa Valley Grape grower tells you he/she has lesser quality fruit then their neighbor!
It’s that time of year again when the Barossa starts to kick into gear for yet another vintage. The grapes have been ripening for about a month already and at one point in time it looked like the start of the grape harvest was going to be 2-3 weeks ahead of an average start date.