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.
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!
WIth both wines scoring more than 90 points from Huon Hooke, this duo of Shiraz is sure to impress!
Purchase a bit of liquid warmth in the form of 12 bottles of delicious Barossa warming juice for just $199 – a saving of 50% on the normal cellar door price of $399
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.
The breadth of our connections throughout the artisan winemaking community continue to pay off and we’ve unearthed 4 great Barossa Shiraz that each represents not only the superb qualities of the nation’s great red but also unbeatable drinking value.
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.
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.