South Australian Wines
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More on the Zilzie Winery
About Zeppelin Wines
Zeppelin was created by Artisan of the Barossa winemakers Corey Ryan and Kym Teusner
The wines are made using traditional techniques and a hands off philosophy to create wines full of character. Proud of the region's German heritage, the brand was named in honour of Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin, a brave and progressive man who thought big, really big.
More on the Zema Estate Winery
Grape growing and winemaking has been a large part of the Zema Family history and heritage dating back to the 1800s
Matteo Zema opened the first wine bar/tavern in Armo, Reggio Calabria in 1835, much to the angst of the local authorities at the time. Although the tavern no longer exists, it was this legacy and a passion for wine that has been passed down from generation to generation. After migrating to Australia, Nicola Zema started working for Wynns in 1953, hand pruning, picking and planting, a job that continued through until his retirement in 1975.
About the Yellow Tail Winery
The Casella family has been making wine in the Riverina since 1965
Filippo and Maria Casella emigrated to Australia bringing with them their know-how acquired through three generations of grape-growing and winemaking in Italy. Recognising the potential of the region, Filippo purchased a farm in the town of Yenda, New South Wales. After selling the grapes from his farm to local wineries, he decided in 1969 that it was time for a new generation to put its winemaking skills to use, and the winery was born.

South Australian Wines by Yellow Tail

Yellow Tail Limited Release Cabernet 2005»
Yellow Tail Limited Release Shiraz 2009»
More About Yelland Papps Winery
The Yelland and Papps story perhaps doesn't fit in with the usual line spun by wineries in the Barossa - six generations of this, five generations of that
It is a story about new beginnings, a story about a young couple, with a young family, forging their own path within a wine region as first generation winegrowers. While not locals, there is a saying in the Barossa that you have to have a grand-parent in the ground before you are considered a local, Susan Yelland and Michael Papps call the Barossa home and are as passionate as any sixth-generation Barossan about the region, its vines and its history and its characters. Michael has lived in the Barossa for the past 20 years, working in the wine industry in a number of sectors from winery work to bottling lines and wife Susan, moved to the Barossa in 1999 from the Yorke Peninsula after time spent in Adelaide and New York studying at the Windows of the World wine school. Today Michael and Susan own a five acre property on the valley floor out side of Nuriootpa and have two young children, Peyton and Campbell.
More on the Yangarra Winery
The Yangarra philosophy is all about making the finest estate grown single vineyard wines which reflect an authentic sense of place
The story begins in 1862, when Ebenezer Ward was the most colourful wine critic of his day, he described the grounds of Yangarra as a gigantic pyramid of verdure, its slopes and summit clothed with luxuriant vines. After a century of viticulture, the site was re developed in 1946 by one of McLaren Vale's most distinguished vignerons. Bernard Smart’s name remains synonymous with many of the old vine plantings which dot the Blewitt Springs Clarendon districts and produce the region's most compelling Grenache wines. For many years, the fruit of the 1946 Yangarra plantings was sought by winemakers who used it as an important component of their icon wines.

South Australian Wines by Yangarra

Yangarra Blanc»
McLaren Vale
Yangarra Ironheart Shiraz»
McLaren Vale
Yangarra Kings Wood Shiraz»
McLaren Vale
Yangarra PF Grenache»
McLaren Vale
Yangarra Pinot Noir»
McLaren Vale
Yangarra Rousanne»
McLaren Vale
Yangarra Shiraz»
McLaren Vale
Yangarra Viognier»
McLaren Vale
More About Yalumba Winery
Yalumba, Australia's oldest family owned and operated winery, has a wealth of history and tradition
Yalumba was founded in 1849 by Samuel Smith, British migrant and English brewer, who had brought his family to Angaston seeking a new life. After purchasing a 30-acre parcel of land just beyond the southern-eastern boundary of Angaston, Smith and his son began planting the first vines by moonlight. Samuel named his patch Yalumba, aboriginal for 'all the land around'.

South Australian Wines by Yalumba

Dunes Greene Pinot Chardonnay»
Dunes Greene Sparkling Piccolo 200ml»
Dunes Greene Sparkling Pink Moscato»
Dunes Greene Sparkling Pink Piccolo 200ml»
Galway Vintage Traditional Shiraz 2013»
Barossa Valley
Oxford Landing Twin Gift Pack»
Yalumba Block 2 Grenache Rose»
Eden Valley
Yalumba Caley Cabernet Shiraz»
Barossa Eden
Yalumba Christobels Moscato»
Yalumba Christobels Semillon Sauvignon»
Yalumba Cigar Cabernet Sauvignon»
Yalumba Distinguished Sites Shiraz Viognier»
Eden Valley
Yalumba Eden Valley Shiraz Viognier»
Yalumba Eden Valley Shiraz Viognier 375ml»
Yalumba Eden Valley Viognier»
Eden Valley
Yalumba FDR1A Cabernet Shiraz»
Eden Valley
Yalumba FDR1A Cabernet Shiraz 2004»
Eden Valley
Yalumba Mawsons Cabernet Sauvignon»
Yalumba Mawsons Cape Denison Sauvignon Blanc»
Yalumba Mawsons Vickers Chardonnay»
Yalumba Menzies Cabernet Sauvignon»
Yalumba Octavius Old Vine Shiraz»
Barossa Eden
Yalumba Octavius Old Vine Shiraz 2004»
Yalumba Organic McLaren Vale Shiraz 2006»
Yalumba Organic Shiraz»
Adelaide Riverland Murray
Yalumba Organic Viognier»
Yalumba Paradox Shiraz»
Yalumba Patchwork Shiraz»
Yalumba Patchwork Shiraz 2006 Gift Box»
Yalumba Premium Twin Gift Pack»
Yalumba Samuels Collection Grenache Shiraz Mataro»
Yalumba Samuels Garden Old Bush Vine Grenache»
Barossa Eden
Yalumba Scribbler Cabernet Shiraz»
Yalumba Signature Cabernet Shiraz»
Barossa Eden
Yalumba Signature Cabernet Shiraz 2006»
Yalumba Steeple Vineyard Shiraz»
Yalumba Strapper Grenache Shiraz Mataro»
Yalumba Triangle Block Eden Valley Shiraz 375ml»
Yalumba Tricentenary Grenache»
Yalumba Vine Vale Grenache»
Yalumba Virgilius Viognier»
Barossa Eden
Yalumba Y Series Cabernet Sauvignon»
Wrattonbully Barossa
Yalumba Y Series Chardonnay 2017»
Yalumba Y Series Merlot 2016»
Yalumba Y Series Pinot Grigio 2017»
Yalumba Y Series Riesling 2017»
Yalumba Y Series Sangiovese Rose 2017»
Barossa Wrattonbully
Yalumba Y Series Sauvignon Blanc 2017»
Yalumba Y Series Shiraz 2016»
Yalumba Y Series Shiraz Viognier 2017»
Yalumba Y Series Twin Gift Pack»
Yalumba Y Series Vermentino 2014»
Yalumba Y Series Viognier 2017»
About Wynns Wines
Nestled in the heart of Coonawarra is the famous three-gabled Wynns Coonawarra Estate winery 400km south east of Adelaide South Australia
The oldest operating winery in the region, today visitors are invited to enjoy a tasting of current and back vintage wines in a world-class tasting facility. Time spent at Wynns Coonawarra Estate leaves visitors with a powerful and lasting impression of Coonawarra.
About the Wyndham Winery
For more than 170 years Wyndham Estate has set the benchmark for quality Australian wines, proudly wearing the title of 'industry pioneer' responsible for launching Australian wines onto the world stage
English immigrant George Wyndham began this most important page in Australia's winemaking history in 1828 when he planted his first vineyard at Dalwood, along the banks of the Hunter River, in New South Wales. Seven years later Dalwood Wines, as it was then known, released its first vintage to rave reviews and by the mid-1800s was exporting to England and India.

South Australian Wines by Wyndham

Wyndham Bin 555 Shiraz 2015»
About Wrattonbully Vineyards Winery
Wrattonbully Vineyards
Wrattonbully Vineyards is an Estate established by the Hill Smith family in 1994. It is sited in the recently discovered region of Wrattonbully, a near-northern neighbour of Coonawarra within South Australia’s Limestone Coast. The vineyard site was chosen for its soil types (principally shallow red soils over limestone), undulating aspect and coolish, reliable climate.

South Australian Wines by Wrattonbully Vineyards

Wrattonbully Vineyards Tempranillo 2009»
About the Woop Woop Winery
Woop Woop is Australian slang for the middle of nowhere in the Outback... just been to Woop Woop and back
The Galvanized Wine Group are a collective of people with passion and brands with presence, a grouping which brings together Australian wines crafted at McLaren Vintners by the talented winemaker, Ben Riggs, with owners, managers, staff and stakeholders in common. Woop Woop is a collaboration between intrepid winemaker Ben Riggs and vigneron Tony Parkinson, proprietor of runaway success Penny's Hill. The range includes wines under Mr Riggs own label label - "making the wines I love" - from the Riggs family's Piebald Gully Vineyard and only from other plots considered to be outstanding. Penny's Hill, proudly Australian, more so McLaren Vale from its own high performance McLaren Valley Vineyards.

South Australian Wines by Woop Woop

Black Chook Free Range Grenache Shiraz 2008»
McLaren Clare Adelaide
Black Chook Pinot Grigio»
Adelaide Hills
Black Chook Sauvignon Blanc»
Adelaide Hills
Black Chook Shiraz»
McLaren Langhorne
Black Chook Sparkling Cuvee»
Black Chook Sparkling Shiraz»
McLaren Langhorne
Black Chook Sparkling Shiraz 375ml»
McLaren Langhorne
About the Woodstock Winery
Woodstock's founder, Doug Collett A.M. discovered a taste for wine whilst serving as a pilot for the Royal Australian Air Force, and the Royal Air Force in North Africa, Syria, Palestine and Italy
As a reconnaissance and fighter pilot in Spitfires, Hurricanes and lighter aircraft, Doug observed the vast vineyards of Europe and developed an interest in wine. After studying Oenology at Roseworthy Agricultural College after the war, Doug soon took charge of Australia's biggest winery at Berri in South Australia's Riverland. Doug developed a special regard for the McLaren Vale region, its climate, natural beauty, its full-bodied wines and their rich middle palate flavour.
More on the Wolf Blass Winery
The Wolf Blass winery is located at the epicentre of the Australian wine industry, the Barossa Valley and has produced some of Australia's finest wines since 1966
Wolf Blass Wines International was born in 1973 when Wolf started his own business, purchasing a 2.5 acre land holding with an old army shed outside Nuriootpa, at the northern end of the Barossa Valley. John Glaetzer joined the company and from 1974-1976 Wolf Blass Wines won three consecutive Jimmy Watson Trophies, the Black Label generated substantial publicity and hype. From this time onwards growth was impressive with Wolf Blass Yellow Label and Riesling becoming Australia's top selling red and white wine.

South Australian Wines by Wolf Blass

Wolf Blass Black Label 1991»
McLaren Clare Coonawarra
Wolf Blass Black Label 2003»
Langhorne Barossa
Wolf Blass Black Label 2010»
Barossa Langhorne & McLaren
Wolf Blass Black Label 3Litre JEROBOAM 2001»
McLaren, Barossa, Adelaide Hills
Wolf Blass Brown Label Shiraz 1991»
Barossa, Eden, Clare & McLaren
Wolf Blass Brown Label Shiraz 1992»
Barossa, Eden, Clare & McLaren
Wolf Blass Eaglehawk Cuvee Brut NV»
Wolf Blass Eaglehawk Riesling 2016»
Wolf Blass Gold Label Barossa Cabernet 2013»
Wolf Blass Gold Label Chardonnay 2015»
Adelaide Hills
Wolf Blass Gold Label Coonawarra Cabernet 2013»
Wolf Blass Gold Label Pinot Chardonnay 2013»
Adelaide Hills
Wolf Blass Gold Label Riesling 2016»
Eden Valley
Wolf Blass Gold Label Syrah 2012»
Adelaide Hills
Wolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet 1991»
Langhorne Creek
Wolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet 1993»
Langhorne Creek
Wolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet 1994»
Langhorne Creek
Wolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet 1995»
Langhorne Creek
Wolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet 2011»
Langhorne Creek
Wolf Blass Grey Label Cabernet Shiraz 2013»
Langhorne Creek
Wolf Blass Grey Label Shiraz 2013»
McLaren Vale
Wolf Blass Platinum Shiraz 2003»
Barossa Eden Adelaide
Wolf Blass Platinum Shiraz 2005»
Barossa + Eden
Wolf Blass Red Label Cabernet Merlot 2015»
Wolf Blass Red Label Chardonnay 2015»
Wolf Blass Red Label Classic Dry White 2014»
Wolf Blass Red Label Semillon Sauvignon 2015»
Wolf Blass Red Label Shiraz Cabernet 2015»
Wolf Blass Red Label Unoaked Chardonnay 2015»
Wolf Blass Verae 2009»
Limestone Coast
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet 2013»
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Chardonnay 2015»
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Merlot 2015»
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Shiraz Viognier 2008»
About Wirra Wirra Winery
The Wirra Wirra Cellars were built by Robert Strangways Wigley, one of the McLaren Vale's all time characters
Wigley began building at the turn of the century using Dr. A.C. Kelly's plans of a split-level design that his friend Alec Johnston had used to build the Pirramimma winery. Wirra Wirra is an aboriginal name meaning amongst the gums. Born in 1864, Bob Wigley studied Law and Architecture and managed to play cricket for South Australia. His wild pranks as a young man had already made him somewhat of an embarrassment to his family. In 1893 he was prudently sent to rusticate in McLaren Vale. He planted the vineyard in 1894 and made his first wine with Alec Johnston in 1897. By 1901 he was the owner of one of the best wineries and vineyards in the district with 100 acres under vines and 15 acres under currants.
About Wilson Vineyard Winery
The Wilson Vineyard is a small family winery in the Polish Hill River sub-region of South Australia's Clare Valley
In 1973, John Wilson set out with soil map and sampling auger in search for the plot for his vines. The chosen land was some of the grazing slopes east of Sevenhill. The locals were bemused by this venture and were firm but kind with their advice about the unsuitability of the area for grapes. To that same handful of locals the little valley was known as Polish Hill River, a quaint tribute to its early pioneers. In 1980 the vineyard produced its first commercial wine and with that Shiraz-Cabernet, wine consumers were introduced to this hitherto unknown corner of Clare. By then no-one had any doubts about the ability of Polish Hill River to produce fine wine. The Wilson family has been content to expand its operation slowly and steadily and is unfussed that most who followed them now cultivate larger tracts.

South Australian Wines by Wilson Vineyard

Wilson DJW Riesling»
Wilson Handplunge Primitivo Shiraz»
Clare Valley
Wilson Handplunge Shiraz»
Clare Valley
Wilson Pepperstone Shiraz»
Clare Valley
Wilson Polish Hill River Riesling»
Clare Valley
Wilson Stonecraft Cabernet Sauvignon»
Clare Valley
Wilson Watervale Riesling»
Clare Valley
About Willows Winery
The Scholz's Australian story began in 1845 when 40 year-old Johann Gottfried joined his neighbours to flee the religious persecution of his Silesian homeland, and emigrate to a fertile valley on the other side of the world
Like the other settlers, Johann established a mixed farm of sheep, cows, crops and fruit trees as well as a few grape vines along the alluvial banks of the Para River. This northern Barossa location is distinguished by its cooling gully breezes during vintage, providing slow ripening and a clearer expression of berry and spice flavours in red wines and lifted varietal fruit characters in whites.
About Wild Fox Wines
Producing the best tasting, best quality organic wines for the good of our health and the environment is not a job, it is Wild Fox's passion
Established 1998 on Gawler River west of the Barossa Valley, Wild Fox vineyard has been true to the best biodynamic and organic farming practices to produce quality natural wine grapes to make award winning wines. All for the pleasure of the fine wine connoisseur and especially for those with allergies and or indifference to additives. It all began 70 years ago in the village known as Agrelopo, on the historic island of Chios Greece, where they farmed in tune with the cycles of the sun and the moon, coaxing the seasons, to achieve the ultimate nutrition in their produce from the soil, the sun and the rain. Biological farming is a phrase to describe biodynamic and organic farming. Both use innovative, non-chemical techniques for farming in harmony with the environment and providing nutrient rich, healthy soils from which healthy produce is grown.
More About Wicks Winery
Wicks is a family owned and operated estate vineyard at Woodside in the picturesque Adelaide Hills
The Wicks team are dedicated to producing high quality estate grown wines of exceptional regional character which represent excellent value. Tim and Simon Wicks proudly front the Wicks Estate Label, armed with a firm belief in long term success, aim to steer the company into a position where the Wicks Estate Brand is regarded as one of the Adelaide Hill’s finest. The Wicks Family has a long history of involvement in agriculture with the Woodside Vineyard following on from their orchard and nursery operations at Highbury.
About the Whodunnit Winery
About the Westlake Winery
Where convict past and Barossa tradition meet, Westlake are a small, family operated vineyard committed to producing exceptional wines
Established to the renowned northern Barossa Valley sub regions of Koonunga and Moppa, Westlake take aim aim to capture the soils and seasons in which these vines grow and to celebrate their differences, ensuring that each vintage will have its own story to tell. By combining a colourful convict past and traditional Barossa heritage, Westlake look forward to continuing a unique story. Ultra rare, hand crafted, Barossan wine with a difference. Right from the start, the vision was to produce the best possible fruit from estate vineyards in a sustainable way, ensuring that the environmental care would benefit future generations. From that came the urge to complete the cycle and make wines from fruit that was only sourced from estate vineyards, tended by hand throughout the year.
About the Warburn Estate Winery
Warburn Estate's outstanding success has been achieved through it's expertise in traditional winemaking and innovative techniques
Warburn Estate is located near Griffith in New South Wales, in the centre of the large Riverina grape-growing and agricultural region. Warburn Estate is one of New South Wales most significant wine producers with more than 1000 hectares under vine, a crush capacity of 40,000 tonnes, tank storage for 35 million litres of wine and an annual turnover of $40 million. Warburn Estate proudly remains a private company, maintaining its winemaking independence with the ability to quickly respond to market demands and client needs. The company (formerly Riverina Wines Pty Ltd), is owned by the Sergi family, whose winemaking traditions began in Italy many years ago. Migrants Giuseppe and his son Antonio began to grow grapes on their farm and making wines for his family and friends using old barrels and hand made machinery. He would often sell bulk wine in 200 litre drums, a practice common in Italian cantinas, and would travel extensively throughout Australia to supply his customers.
About the Villa Loco Winery
Villa Loco

South Australian Wines by Villa Loco

Villa Loco Barossa Shiraz 2008»
More About Unico Zelo Winery
Inspired by an intense passion for the land, Unico Zelo wines are crafted to showcase the unique sites and soils which Australia and the Adelaide Hills can offer
Being winemakers, Unico Zelo are people who are incredibly passionate about the soil and produce in Australia. It's their contention to showcase products to the rest of the world that embrace Australian native ingredients and pay homage to the custodianship of the indigenous people who maintained the land for thousands of years. Great wines made in styles that are typified by the life and culture of this sunburnt country, from grape varieties that require minimal intervention. It's this passion that has driven Unico Zelo to start two wine labels, one that protects farmers and another that protects the future. They've since taken these concepts, alongside their Applewood Distillery, and catapulted them into the horticultural realm, studying indigenous produce, it's beneficial effects on the land and the stories it can tell through incredible colours, flavours and textures.
More on the Tyrrells Winery
The story of Tyrrell's Wines is inextricably linked to the story of wine in Australia
It is a story about pioneers, men and women who transformed the Hunter Valley of NSW, planted grapes there, and looked for better ways to make wine. English immigrant Edward Tyrrell planted his first vines in the Hunter Valley in 1858 establishing Tyrrell's Wines after receiving a land grant in apparently poor pastureland in the lee of the Hunter Valley's Brokenback range.

South Australian Wines by Tyrrells

Tyrrells Lost Block Sauvignon Blanc 2015»
Tyrrells Rufus Stone McLaren Vale Shiraz 2013»
McLaren Vale
More About Two Hands Wines
The 'two hands' are Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz who formed the company in 1999 with the clear objective of making the best possible Shiraz
Michael came to the wine industry from a construction background having spent years attending wine tastings and collecting the wines of the world. In 1998, he established his own Australian wine export company and after three successful years of selling other people's wine, he and business partner Richard Mintz decided to start their own operation.
More About Turkey Flat Winery
Turkey Flat is more than just a vineyard and home to one of the best Barossa wines, it is a family business that forms a vital part of the region's rich cultural history and heritage
It was here, on the banks of Tanunda Creek where bush turkeys once roamed, that pioneer Silesian settler Johann Friedrich August Fiedler planted the first Shiraz vines in 1843. His vines flourished and the land Section One, in the Hundred of Moorooroo was bought in 1865 by Gottlieb Ernst Schulz, a successful butcher who established a thriving retail business among the vines. Butchering developed into dairying, but the vineyards were always kept, until Peter, a fourth generation Schulz, and his wife, Christie, made the transition from grape growing to winemaking.
About the Tscharke Winery
The Tscharke range has been a project seven years in the making and is the result of the vision of Damien Tscharke, proprietor, viticulturalist and winemaker
Damien is a sixth generation vigneron and Roseworthy honours graduate. Damien is also the proprietor and winemaker for the acclaimed wines produced under the Glaymond brand, which was established in 2001. His vision to explore and develop alternative varietals in the Barossa Valley led to the establishment of the Tscharke brand in 2004. Having worked on his family's vineyards for over 15 years he has developed an intimate knowledge of the vineyard sites and sub appellations of Marananga and Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley.
About the Trevor Jones Winery
Trevor Jones began his winemaking career in 1977 at Bernkastel before accepting a position as assistant winemaker at Karrawirra Wines in 1979
In 1982 Trevor was appointed head winemaker and remained in that position until 1986. During Trevor's time at Karrawirra he also made wines for Kellermeister. At the end of 1986 Trevor moved to the Upper Hunter Valley, in NSW, to take up employment as winemaker for Tyrrell's Vineyards at their Glenbawn Estate Winery. In 1989 he returned to the Barossa Valley as full time winemaker at Kellermeister. During his time at Kellermeister, Trevor also worked as a consultant for Anglesey and Glenara. Trevor was also employed by St. Hallett as a contract winemaker during eight vintage seasons.

South Australian Wines by Trevor Jones

Trevor Jones Boots Gris Blanc»
Adelaide Hills & Eden
Trevor Jones Boots Shiraz»
More About Torzi Matthews Wines
Torzi Matthews purpose is to craft wines and extra virgin olive oils with an expression of season and of place
Torzi Matthews, a food and winemaking partnership between Domenic Torzi and Tracy Matthews, are driven by a passion and firm conviction in appreciating the value of heritage tradition in the crafting of their wines and extra virgin olive oils. Domenic Torzi is a fifth generation Calabrian - Abruzzese, he grew up on the Adelaide Plains working for the family's market gardens. Tracy Matthews was born and raised in Sydney’s Newcastle, she has a long career in hospitality.
About the Torbreck Winery
Low yielding, old and dry grown Barossa Valley vineyards are the cornerstone of Torbreck Vintners
Torbreck founder David Powell was immersed in the study of Economics at Adelaide University, when an uncle introduced him to wine. Young Dave realized that grapes could be more intriguing than numbers. He began spending more and more of his spare time in the Barossa Valley and during the winters, he availed himself of the opportunity to venture overseas to work harvests in California and Italy. He travelled throughout the famous wine regions of Europe and even spent time in Scotland as a lumberjack. This experience was instrumental in illuminating the unique attributes of the Barossa, at a time when others felt its heritage was past the sell by date.
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