From crisp dry Rosés to Shiraz with some serious structure and all the delights of Grenache inbetween.
The range of reds available shows the full spectrum of styles available here at Artisans of Barossa.
Perfectly pretty pink rose. Welcome fragrance of soft red fruits give an illusion of sweetness. This is dry Rose that satisfies!
John Duval's aim with Entity is to produce an elegant Shiraz true to the Barossa. The 2015 release again includes some Eden Valley Shiraz to help maintain the elegance and style of Entity.
John Duval Entity from 2013, 2014 and 2015 makes for a fantastic trilogy of premium Barossa Shiraz.
Packed tightly and securly, fully insured with tasting notes included and a hand written card, this gift will be sure to please any lover of premium Barossa Shiraz.
The Wednesday Night Wine Company is a team effort, each wine reflecting our collective winemaking experience, our knowledge of the Barossa vineyard landscape, and the breadth of our connections in the Barossa wine community. Our mission is simple - to create exceptional wines that represent extraordinary value, wines that we know will bring enormous drinking pleasure to the many friends of Artisans of Barossa. Because we think it’s essential you always have a few bottles of good Barossa wine at home, ready for special occasions…like Wednesday night!
Planted in 1941 these deep rooted vines provide Grenache of exceptional quality. Minimal intervention in the vineyard makes for an amazingly charasmatic wine.
This is the ultimate way to enjoy John Duval's premier Red - Eligo. This pack contains 2 bottles each of 2008, 2009 and 2010 releases.
Each of these wines is the best of vintage from John Duval.
Named after the twin brothers who discovered Rome. This pair of wines captures the character traits of the brothers harnessing fruit from the twin valleys of the Barossa. This makes for captivating drinking. Eden Valley elegance vs Barossa Valley power.
The moonlight run was our midnight drive back to the Barossa after working vintage in the Clare Valley in 1999. We would crave a soft slurpy wine to wash down a hard night’s work, so we decided to make our own. We take inspiration from Chateauneuf de Pape wines and this is our take on them.