Wines by Thorn-Clarke
Sandpiper Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit Cabernet Sauvignon
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $14.99
  $179.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
Sandpiper Chardonnay 2014
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit Chardonnay
Regions Eden Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $14.99
  $179.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
Sandpiper Merlot 2014
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit Merlot
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $14.99
  $179.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
Sandpiper Pinot Chardonnay N.V
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit PinotNoir Chardonnay
Regions Barossa Eden
  South Australia
  Each $16.99
  $203.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
Sandpiper Pinot Gris 2015
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit Pinot Grigio
Regions Eden Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $14.99
  $179.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
Sandpiper Shiraz 2015
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit Shiraz
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $14.99
  $179.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Chardonnay 2007
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit Chardonnay
Regions Eden Valley
  South Australia
  Each $19.99
  $239.00
Currently out of stock
    [ Details ]
Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Cuvee 2004
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit CabernetSauv CabernetFranc Malbec PetitVerdot Merlot
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $14.99
  $179.00
Currently out of stock
    [ Details ]
Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Pinot Gris
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit Pinot Grigio
Regions Eden Valley
  South Australia
  Each $19.99
  $239.00
Currently out of stock
    [ Details ]
Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Quartage 2013
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit CabernetSauv CabernetFranc Malbec PetitVerdot
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $19.99
  $239.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Shiraz 2015
WineryThorn-Clarke
Fruit Shiraz
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $19.99
  $239.00
Available by the dozen
    [ Details ]
About Thorn-Clarke Wines
The Thorn-Clarke family has a long history in the Barossa, six generations of involvement in the region's world famous wine industry
The Barossa Valley was settled in the early 1840s by small farmers and artisans seeking religious freedom from their native Silesia. The warm, fertile valley was ideal for ripening winegrapes and Australia's largest wineries made their headquarters amongst the vineyards. In the cooler ranges above the Barossa, known as Eden Valley, English settlers created large pastoral runs for sheep and cattle, but also planted vineyards to ensure a supply of table wine. Thorn-Clarke»