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.
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.
An impressive example of this great Australian blend. The wine shows plenty of fruit and an effortless elegance.
With a first name John and a family name anchored deep in the story of the Barossa’s western ridge, John Lienert is often known as ‘Jack West’. A name that rings big and bold, just like the character of these wines. Big and generous, made in the vineyard and hitting the mark for those seeking classic Barossa reds.
Seductive, rich and lingering. This full bodied white has amazing apricot aromatics and a long persistant flavour.
From the Stansborough Vineyard at Williamstown in the Southern Barossa Valley.
This wine is from the vintage’s best Cabernet Sauvignon barrels and in 2017 produced from a single vineyard in central Eden Valley.
Twelve Barossa vineyards were the source for 2016 Bete Noir Shiraz. Vineyard age ranges from between 25 and 130 years, with 60 years being a fair average across the blend. Vineyards are located across a variety of the Barossa’s sub regions, the Eastern Foothills, Moppa, Moculta, and Eden Valley all contributing.
John Lienert (aka Jack West) has crafted out of his family vineyards spectacular Grenache. Light to medium weight, intensely coloured and bright fruits make a sensational Western Barossa Ridge Grenache.
Sourced from the Zerk Vineyard at Lyndoch in the southern Barossa Valley planted in 1961, a bright and juicy wine of great flavour.