Artisans of Barossa has an extensive range of wines available for purchase.
A selection of wines that show the depth and breadth of Barossa winemaking styles and grape varietals.
The light touch of Pete Schell is on display with the amazingly fragrant wine. The variety sometimes is known as Frontignac and can be sweet, but this has been taken through a full ferment and as such fishes very dry and quite broad on the palate, Serve with a fennel salad and goats chevre.
Small batch winemaking doesn't get smaller than this with just 25dz made and we've got 36 bottles!
What you want to see in good Barossa Rosé is a great balance between refreshment, texture and varietal red fruit expression. The wine is pale salmon in colour, with lifted aromatics of red currant fruits and a slight savoury undertone. Great balance of the key components with a rounded mid-palate and refreshing finish.
A rich medium to full bodied example of Tempranillo. Selene is deeply hued and shows wonderful spices and great fruit expression. A wine to sip and enjoy!
Plexus MVR is a vibrant expression of fruit aromas from the interaction of the three varieties. The palate shows richness, and structure whilst still being bright and fresh.
The fruit for this straight varietal Mataro has come from the Northern Barossan parish of Light Pass. A selection of low yield, dry gown vines makes for a intensely flavoured and full bodied red wine!
Production limited to just 250 cases!
When Jason tasted his 2016 vintage reds, it was immediately clear that one particular barrel of Shiraz stood out above all others, and deserved to be bottled as a ‘Single Barrel’ release. The wine was produced from Shiraz grown by Ken Loveday in his vineyard at Moppa in the Barossa’s north western corner, and just 390 bottles were produced, making this an exceptionally rare release.
Perfectly pretty pink rose. Welcome fragrance of soft red fruits give an illusion of sweetness. This is dry Rose that satisfies!
Rich and warm and definitely intense having benefited from an Amarone method applied to the fruit prior to vinifying. Amarone means to dry the fruit before processing. Removal of water intensifies flavours and we can present an amazingly exaggerated Barossa Shiraz.
What better resume than a 130 year old vineyard, planted and owned by the one family and is just 400 vines big. Unctious, bold, gorgeously soft tannins and a complex melody of bakery spices.