5 Stars by critic James Halliday.

In the mid-1980s John Parker identified the suitable locations on Coonawarra’s Terra Rossa strip, which resulted in the purchase of land just north of Penola. The vineyard was planted with Reynella Selection Cabernet Sauvignon – original cuttings on non-resistant rootstock, sourced from Bordeaux in the early 1800s before phylloxera decimated France.

Larger than life vigneron, Roman Bratasiuk changed Australia’s fine wine landscape when he established Clarendon Hills in 1990. Gathering the grapes by hand, the pragmatic vigneron taught himself the art of winemaking and pushed his wines a little further each year. Alex and Adam Bratasiuk are the second generation in the Clarendon hills wine family and have a vision for the future. Together they look forward to inspiring new enthusiasts to discover fine wine through Clarendon Hills.

Moss Wood is a premium wine producer located in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. The area is regarded as one of Australia’s premium grape growing regions. Owners Keith and Clare Mugford enjoy the challenge of consistently producing high-quality wines at Moss Wood. All decisions made in the vineyard and winery are based on the effect they will have on the quality of the wine.

The vineyard was established by Rick Kinzbrunner in the early 1970’s. The Winery overlooks the vineyard and Giaconda is producing stunning Pinot Noir and some of Australia’s very revered and stylish Chardonnays.

Caillard is a name that evokes excellence, integrity, and authenticity. Andrew Caillard, MW is the creator and force behind Langton’s Classification of Australian Wine, the famous wine classification outside Europe. A Master of Wine, a Baron of the Barossa, author, artist, producer of the cult film ‘Red Obsession’ and award-winning wine journalist, he has played an important role in building the reputation of ultrafine Australian wine on the world’s stage.

Caillard Wine reflects the pulse, culture, and magic of the Barossa Landscape. Grapes are sourced from mature vineyards, planted with ancient genetic Colonial vine stock.

5 Stars by critic James Halliday.

Established in 1988, Dorrien Estate is nestled in the heart of the Barossa on the site of the historical Dorrien township. Once the railway center of the Barossa, Dorrien was where the Barossa’s highly prized wines started their journey by train to other parts of Australia and beyond. This connection to far-reaching places has always been at the core of what we do, which is to source the wonderful grapes from passionate growers in the fine regions across Australia and craft them into premium small-batch wines that are enjoyed all over the world.

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