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.
6 wines worthy of laying down for a time - although - if one does 'accidently' fall into your glass earlier than anticipated, you'll most certainly get a good result!
Sourced from the Zerk Family Vineyard at Lyndoch in the Southern Barossa Valley.
Red with purple hues. Aromas of strawberry, kirsch, earth, with hints of bergamot. Great flesh with textural long tannin.
Made from a blend of vineyards located across the eastern Barossa foothills, Moppa and Eden Valley, the wine displays plenty of deep, plush dark black fruit
Pale as pale, and dry as dry. Soft red fruit arromatics and gentle mouth feel make this go perfect with any deck and 28 degree or more day.
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!
Planted in 1941 these deep rooted vines provide Grenache of exceptional quality. Minimal intervention in the vineyard makes for an amazingly charasmatic wine.
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.
A stunning six-pack featuring the 'Tin Lids'. A powerful shiraz and an elegant cabernet Shiraz blend. Both are expressive and exaggerated and superb in the glass!
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.