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.
Perfectly pretty pink rose. Welcome fragrance of soft red fruits give an illusion of sweetness. This is dry Rose that satisfies!
We are indeed lucky and privileged folk to live and make and drink wine in the vinous ‘Garden of Eden’ we call Barossa. For it appears capable of producing an endless stream of outstanding wines from an extraordinary array of different grape varieties made by some of this country’s finest artisan winemakers.
Hand harvested in two separate picks, this wine is made from grapes sourced from our Stonegarden vineyard planted in 1857. A pure expression of Grenache from a truly unique and rare vineyard.
What better resume than a 130-year-old vineyard planted and owned by the one family and is just 400 vines big. Powerful, dark cherry, fragrant allspice aromatics and smooth lingering tannins.
Dressed to impress in 3L Jeraboam format you've got a wine that will easily cellar for 15 years and be perfect for any special occasion.
Vital, youthful and vigorous. Bright, punchy fruit aromatics of damson plum and mulberry sit above darker dried herb and wood smoke notes. Mid weight palate with lively red berry and tart stone fruit flavours that mesh with nervy, bright fruit acids and light, snappy tannins.
Aria Secca in Italian means 'Air Dried'. This process is employed to provide an intensification of flavour!
The only thing missing from this six pack is a few friends and a few kilos of freshly shelled prawns! Chill, open and enjoy!
Deep garnet in colour with an alluring complex aroma of spicy red current and blackberry fruits, underpinned by dried thyme and bay leaf. The palate is very concentrated, fleshy and well structured finishing with the hallmark Remus refinement. From an outstanding vintage, this wine will cellar well for many years to come.
Miette is a direct translation from the French word "Crumb".
It's a direct reference to the yummy morsels left on the side of your plate after a hearty meal. Far from being leftovers, Pete Schell's Miette wines represent sensational value and are a great introduction to the Spinifex approach to winemaking.
An impressive example of this great Australian blend. The wine shows plenty of fruit and an effortless elegance.