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Master Of Wine Phil Reedman talks Shiraz.

Master Of Wine Phil Reedman talks Shiraz.

May 23, 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.

Barossa Wines Duke it Out

Barossa Wines Duke it Out

January 11, 2014

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.

Iconic Barossa grape producing regions

Iconic Barossa grape producing regions

December 19, 2013

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.

2013. Forgotten Hero Shiraz

2013. Forgotten Hero Shiraz

August 14, 2013

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.

Old Vine Shiraz 100th Birthday

Old Vine Shiraz 100th Birthday

June 17, 2012

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!

Five reasons to look forward to the 2012 vintage

Five reasons to look forward to the 2012 vintage

February 08, 2012

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.