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Lately new wines are being bottled every week and I find this very exciting as the quality and flavour goes above and beyond the price you pay. I encourage you to grab your chances as they pass, inspect our New Release Wines today. David Farmer

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Absolute Knock-Out
Region:Langhorne Creek, South Australia

Benjamin and his offsider know what they want and how to create it. So, these days I keep my views to myself on how to make wine and which wines to purchase that are offered to us by other makers. When I do speak up it is to make sure a particular gem is not overlooked.

I spotted this  more detail...
Expressing the Best of Barossa
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

The Barossa Valley makes a distinctively flavoured Shiraz which is like no other on the planet. Rich, ripe and full bodied with the fruit on the mid palate often being dense enough that it creates an expression of sweetness even though the wine has been fermented dry.

All Barossa wines  more detail...
Quality Variety Shines in Eden Valley
Region:Eden Valley, South Australia

The cold drinks cabinets at my local liquor shops display an impressive array of Pinot Gris wines, a variety that has grown in popularity over the last decade. This variety is fragile and to capture the fragrance of the flavour, elevated and or cooler vineyards are best plus gentle pressing of  more detail...
Unwanted Heritage Variety Gains New Friends
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

Mataro has arrived, it only took 180 years but what a journey.

While a few favourite varieties still dominate our drinking the growing experience of consumers and a desire to broaden the tasting experience has seen a few dozen newly introduced varieties gain acceptance over the last 20  more detail...
Distinctive and Classical Barossa Flavours
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

The vintages 2018, 2019 and 2020 were dry and required different wine making solutions so in future years comparing them will be a rewarding experience.

At this time, it is too early to say which is the best vintage with the three showing the similarities of high alcohols and the deep  more detail...
Sixth Release Highlighting the Unique Barossa Depth and Richness
Region:Barossa Valley, South Australia

At least by the 1940s it was noted that Shiraz from the Barossa Valley developed an unusual depth of flavour. Since the 1950s the recognition of this special character has grown so moving to the Barossa in 2004 to make wine was partly with the desire to add to the history of Barossa Valley  more detail...
Fleurieu the Place Where the Story Began
Region:Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia

The idea behind Light and Finniss is make wines from any of the many districts along the Adelaidean-Mount Lofty Range. This range is 350 kilometres in length when Kangaroo Island is included so the wines are not district specific. Incidentally we have yet to make a wine from Kangaroo  more detail...
Full Flavoured South Australian Cabernet
Region:South Australia

Cabernet is the most popular global red variety though at the time Australians began to embrace table wines from the 1950s the plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon were miniscule. Table wine was a new taste and since it marries well with food its popularity kept growing with the embrace of new foods and new ways  more detail...
Traditional Australian Blend of the 1940s
Region:South Australia

The small amount of Cabernet that was grown in the 1940s and 1950s was mostly used in blends and records suggest it was Yalumba that first referred to a Shiraz and Cabernet blend in the early 1940s. That is the reason why I refer to this blend, considered an unusual combination in other countries, as the  more detail...
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