Traditional western-edge Barossa style. After open-top fermentation and basket pressing, the wine is matured in new (65%) and seasoned French barrels for 22 months. Primary characteristics of dark berry fruits, flowery nuances and liquorice are interwoven
As always with the Beast, layers of beautifully balanced fruit and oak fill out the back palate and provide fantastic length. Overall, a hugely rich and intense palate with the underlying soft side for which the Hentley Farm vineyard is known. - 95 Poi
Hints of peppery dark berries provide highlights to the otherwise traditional Beauty aromatics of rose petals, violets, peach and apricots. On the palate light fine tannins fill the middle and are surrounded by a silky texture with obvious creamy red frui
Great Barossan cabernets come from rare and special sites... Sites where the land is flat, the air is cool, the soils are deep and the vines are protected from the afternoon sun, just like the one on which the fruit for the von Kasper is grown. True to bo
With each vintage release the cool-climate Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz provides an interesting counterpoint to the more opulent and richly concentrated warm climate Bin 28 Shiraz. Bin 128 comprises fruit sourced from the unique terra rossa soils of Coonawar
Bin 138 draws its inspiration from the wines of Southern Rhône, where shiraz, grenache and mataro (mourvèdre) are blended in varying proportions to create full-bodied wines possessing rich and heady perfume. Each year fruit for Bin 138 is sourced from Bar
Launched with the 1990 vintage in 1993, Bin 407 was developed in response to the increasing availability of high-quality cabernet sauvignon fruit. Inspired by Bin 707, Bin 407 offers varietal definition and approachability, yet still with structure and de
The most powerful expression of Penfolds multi-vineyard, multi-district blending philosophy, Grange is arguably Australia’s most celebrated wine and is officially listed as a Heritage Icon of South Australia. Crafted utilising fully ripe, intensely flavou
Made from fruit sourced from the Vine Vale subregion of the Barossa Valley. This wine reflects the characters of the Solodized Solodnetz soil series in which it was grown. An elegant, spicy nose with developed, ripe, juniper berry characters and firm grai
It’s Shiraz Jim but not as we know it, not as we know it Jim. Just 2 days on skins and early harvest make this yet another expression of youthful goodness. Called Fantome for the way it drifts across your tongue wraithlike.
Like its name, Smallfry, a partnership between Suzi Hilder and Wayne Ahrens, is a small fish in the big sea of Aussie wine. Exactly the kind of fish we like. Both viticulturists by training, Suzi and Wayne were bitten by the winemaking bug and started S
A further extension into the fresh young red space from our Joven starting point, Pimpernel takes us where angels fear to tread. Suzi especially wanted to explore a whole bunch fermented reductive style and Trousseau is the perfect vehicle. Just a minimal
Deep crimson in colour this wine is bursting with ripe cherry, blackcurrants and complex five-spice aromas. The palate is an intriguing blend of red-fruit flavours and savoury undertones supported by a rounded and fleshy mid palate. The wine finishes with
Dense garnet in colour, with an attractive mix of blackberry, spiced plum and flickerings of star-of-anise aromas. The palate is rich, concentrated and fleshy in flavours with a fresh and vibrant finish. A modern styled Barossa Valley Shiraz, delicious dr
Fragrant aromas of acacia flowers, roasted nuts and buttered citrus are neatly balanced with underlying hints of bees wax, minerals, chalk and fino. The ripe, fleshy barrel fermented Viognier and Marsanne gives the palate extraordinary richness.
On a highland farm in Scotland the collection of barns, stables and outbuildings is known as a Steading. Here in the Barossa Valley the varieties Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz all stand in their own right, however in blending, their strengths create a compl
The name Struie originates from a mountain in the rugged highlands of north-east Scotland, which overlooks Torbreck forest near Inverness. The view from the Struie down across the Dornoch Firth is as inspiring as that of the Valley floor from the Barossa
Grey Label Cabernet Shiraz exemplifies the distinction, elegance and power of Langhorne Creek. Evolving since the very first blend in 1967, it remains constant in the quality, character and style that distinguishes Grey Label.
A richly flavoured, generous and sophisticated McLaren Vale Shiraz, which is perhaps the definitive expression of this classic regional and varietal pairing, carrying the distinctive Wolf Blass hallmarks of power and elegance.