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.
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.
Ruby in colour, alluring spice and savoury aromas, rounded and fleshy in structure finishing with lovely acidity and focus.
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.
Elegance and power combined beautifully ion this wine. Produced from a single vineyard planted in 1905, this Barossa Shiraz is extravagant. Poise, silken, direct and exaggerated flavours. Only 260dozen bottles produced.
Shiraz was selected from the Lienert Vineyards ‘House Block’ – a site ideally suited to producing Shiraz in the classic Barossa Valley mode; rich in flavour and with firm structure.
The KENNEDY is a classic blend of old vine Barossa Valley Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre varieties. Named as a tribute to the legendary Barossa Vigneron’s who pioneered the planting of the old treasured vineyards, which the Barossa enjoys today.
The Grenache fruit is the ‘soul’ of this blend and is from an exceptionally low yielding 50+ year-old Light Pass Vineyard. Originally planted by the Kennedy Family, with ownership eventually being passed onto the charismatic Leo ‘Joe’ KENNEDY who nurtured the vines for many years, selling his prized fruit to local winemakers.
Grown in Eden Valey this Riesling is crisp, lemons, limes and requires only chilling and some prawns!
The 2019 Grenache Project features six individual wines produced from the same Barossa Valley Grenache Vineyard. The wines are made by Peter Schell of Spinifex, John and Tim Duval of John Duval Wines, Jason Schwarz of Schwarz Wine Company, Greg and Allison Hobbs of Hobbs of Barossa, and Simon Cowham and Corey Ryan of Sons of Eden. We also welcome Phil Lehmann from Max and Me Wines as a special guest winemaker for this year’s project.
Each winemaker was allocated a single row of 6o-year-old bush vine Grenache in the Scheer Vineyard at Rowland Flat in the southern Barossa and presented with a simple brief – make a Grenache you’d like to drink. The results are outstanding and a superb reflection of the 2019 vintage considered to be another standout year for Barossa red wine. And whilst through each wine, you can taste the consistent thread of the vineyard, each stands alone as an expression of six individual approaches to making Barossa Grenache.
Sales are limited to one pack per customer.
The PUMPA is a blend of Eden Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Tempranillo varieties. Named as a
tribute to Len PUMPA and his fellow Eden Valley Vignerons who pioneered and persisted in one of Australia’s
most challenging but rewarding viticultural regions.
Eden Valley had a mix of British and continental European settlers that tried their hand at grape-growing.
When times were tough particularly in the 1920s many turned away from viticulture, however the Prussian
settlers like Len PUMPA persisted in the face of difficulty, preserving the vineyard resources we are
custodians of today.
Meta Shiraz is a great divergance from the traditional full throtle Barossan Shiraz. It's juicy, medium bodied and lighter in pallet weight and very very drinkable!
This time-honoured blend is our offering to Zephyrus, Greek God of the West Wind, who is often depicted as a horse due to the speed attributed to this majestic animal. The vineyards of the Greater Barossa are regularly buffeted by cooling Westerly winds creating an ideal temperature range in which to slowly ripen.