Wines by Kay Brothers
Kay Brothers Amery Basket Pressed Shiraz 2008
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $24.99
  $297.00
Currently out of stock
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Kay Brothers Amery Vineyards Shiraz 2006
WineryKay Brothers
Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $25.99
  $309.00
Currently out of stock
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Kay Brothers Basket Pressed Shiraz 2015
WineryKay Brothers
Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $24.99
  $297.00
Available by the dozen
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Kay Brothers Block 6 Shiraz 1993
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $149.99
  $1797.00
Currently out of stock
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Kay Brothers Block 6 Shiraz 1998
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $129.99
  $1557.00
Currently out of stock
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Kay Brothers Block 6 Shiraz 2012
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $69.99
  $837.00
Currently out of stock
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Kay Brothers Hillside Shiraz 2014
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions McLaren Vale
  South Australia
  Each $39.99
  $477.00
Available in cases of 6
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More About Kay Brothers Wines
Bordering St. Vincents Gulf, 40 kms south of Adelaide, Amery Vineyards grace the rolling foothills of the Southern Mt. Lofty Ranges
In the early 1850's Richard Baker Aldersey bought several sections of land 6 kms north of McLaren Vale in a hilly area near Hope Farm (Seaview). He built a fine ironstone house and named the property Amery, after his birthplace Amery Farm near Alton, in Hampshire, England. The land was partly cleared until Amery was acquired by William Hammond junior, whose father owned the adjacent Hambledon Farm where he settled after quitting his sugar plantation in Jamaica. In 1886 young William Hammond planted out the original seven acres of vineyard at Amery, but for the main part he ran the 339 acre property as a farm, raising cattle and sheep, cereal crops, soft fruits and vegetables. In 1890 the Amery property was bought by the Kay Brothers, Herbert and Frederick, and they finally came into possession on February 2nd 1891. Kay Brothers»