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Savour – Barossa

Savour

From vines of old comes a fine drop. Barossa wines are some of the best your palate will ever enjoy. The Barossa Trust Mark is our promise of origin, unsurpassed quality in every stage of production and care for the earth in which the vines have grown for many a generation.  These wines have all earned a Barossa Trust Mark.  Look for them when you visit the Barossa and in restaurants and bottleshops around Australia and the world.

 

Bethany Wines: GR Shiraz

The Schrapel Family’s (7th Generation Barossa) Bethany GR Shiraz was first released in 1992 and has established its reputation as a benchmark in Barossa Shiraz.The current release 2008 GR is…
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Chateau Tanunda: The Chateau 100 Year Old Vines Shiraz

The grapes for the 100 Year Old Vines Shiraz come from just two small vineyards in Eden Valley and Nuriootpa. These Barossa Centenarian Vines, noted for their low yields and…
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Cirillo Estate Wines: 1850 Ancestor Vine Grenache

The Cirillo family are custodians of what are believed to be the oldest continuously producing Grenache and Semillon vineyards in the world.In 2003 the first Cirillo 1850 Grenache was produced…
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Elderton Wines: Command Shiraz

Lorraine and Neil Ashmead took a huge gamble in being among the earliest pioneers to promote the excellence of old-vine Barossa Valley Shiraz, especially in a time where many were…
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Gibson Wines: Australian Old Vine Collection Barossa Shiraz

Rob Gibson’s Old Vine Collection Barossa Shiraz is sourced from predominately vines that are more than 100 years old with the oldest component planted in the 1860’s by original Barossa…
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Glen Eldon Wines: Dry Bore Shiraz

As the name suggests, the original block of Shiraz planted on the Glen Eldon Estate was irrigated via a bore. When the bore dried up the vineyard was left to…
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Henschke: Hill of Grace Shiraz

The ethereal and seductive Henschke Hill of Grace, first produced by fourth-generation winemaker Cyril Henschke in 1958, is one of Australia’s most famous single-vineyard wines. The historic Hill of Grace…
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Hentley Farm: Clos Otto

Opulence, complexity and balance all come to mind when thinking about our flagship Clos Otto Shiraz... With vines planted by previous owner Otto Kasper using a cutting from an aged…
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Jacob's Creek: Centenary Hill Shiraz

The distinctive personality of Centenary Hill Shiraz marks it as an outstanding expression of Barossa Valley terroir. Its style is densely textured, displaying rich plum and dark chocolate flavours with…
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Jacob's Creek: Steingarten Riesling

Steingarten Riesling is regarded as one of the benchmark examples of fine Australian Riesling made in a dry style and is the highest quality Riesling made under the Jacob’s Creek…
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Langmeil Winery: Valley Floor Shiraz

First made in 1997, the Langmeil Valley Floor Shiraz represents the foundation principles of its owners, the Lindner family, a six-generation Barossa family with an inherent knowledge of the region…
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Peter Lehmann Wines: Margaret Semillon

Peter Lehmann winemakers rewrote the rulebooks of Barossa Semillon in the early 90s, eschewing oak and opting for an early-picked style that lent itself to ageing. The result is Margaret…
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Poonawatta: The 1880 Shiraz

In the winter of 1880 Ferdinand Vorwerk, with the support of some local labour, planted 24 rows of Shiraz next to a small creek on the eastern side of Eden Valley’s…
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Rockford Wines: Basket Press Shiraz

Robert O’Callaghan’s Rockford Basket Press Shiraz encapsulates traditional and contemporary winemaking philosophies and embraces the inherent qualities of old vine Shiraz. Robert was early to recognise the future of regional…
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Schild Estate: Moorooroo Limited Release Shiraz

Made from old vines over 165 years old, the Moorooroo Limited Release Shiraz is Schild Estate’s most prized wine.The Moorooroo Vineyard was planted by Johan and William Jacob in 1847.…
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Seppeltsfield: Para 100 Year Old Vintage Tawny

Seppeltsfield was established in the Barossa Valley by Joseph and Johanna Seppelt just 15 years after the European settlement of South Australia in 1851. Seppeltsfield’s history is punctuated with many…
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St Hallett: Old Block Shiraz

The first Old Block was created in 1980 by Barossa icon Robert O’Callaghan from a single vineyard planted in 1912. It soon outgrew the original block to become a representation…
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Teusner: Joshua

‘Joshua’ was the name given to the very first wine made and released by Teusner Wines in 2002. For anyone who has ever met Kym Teusner and Mick Page, it…
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Thorn-Clarke: William Randell Shiraz

William Randell Shiraz was first produced in 1998, a ‘flagship’ for the winery. Care from the vineyard to the bottle is never compromised. Named after our ancestor William Randell, this…
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Torbreck: RunRig Shiraz Viognier

RunRig is wonderfully aromatic yet exhibits much power and latent richness. Possessing a dense, saturated, almost ink-like hue, the aromas of black raspberries, crème de cassis, smoke, graphite and melted…
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Turkey Flat Vineyards: Turkey Flat Shiraz

Turkey Flat Vineyards’ Shiraz vines are an integral part of the Barossa Valley’s history. They were among 72 varieties planted here in 1847, part of the original testing garden to…
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