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At The Pawn Wine Co. there is a strong resolve to save unique grape varieties from becoming lost to the corporate world, where they are utilised simply as blending tools. To preserve the uniqueness and individuality of some of the most under-rated or misunderstood varietals, Tom Keelan is realising the potential of alternative wine styles and giving them their moment in the sun. "With the ever increasing centralisation of the wine industry, we, like you, could be forgiven for thinking we were all just pawns in the big wine...
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A true grandee of the Barossa Valley; Thorn-Clarke’s ancestors settled in the region in the 1870s and for six generations have been involved in the wine industry. The family prides itself on the environmental sustainability of their operations and have set the bar high to ensure their continued status as a premium wine producer par excellence. Four vineyards, all site selected to ensure ideal growing conditions for each varietal, together with great care and attention to detail in their winery at Milton Park, helps to ensure that Thorn-Clarke’s portfolio...
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Produced and bottled by Trentham Estate, the River Retreat range is based on an initiative dedicated to raising awareness of the wetlands of South Eastern Australia, which are integral in maintaining the health of the unique yet fragile ecosystems of inland Australia. Each purchase of the River Retreat label results in a donation to the Murray Darling Environmental Foundation.   “Each and every one of the wines in the River Retreat series offers great value, each pulling something out of the Murray Darling hat in terms of varietal expression and vinous...
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“Established in the ultra-cool, high elevation village of Lenswood, the Pike & Joyce project is a joint venture between two families of differing origins and experience. The Pike family has a pedigree of high quality wine production in the Clare Valley and the Joyce family are 5th generation horticulturalists that joined together by marriage and teamed up to establish this 25 hectare estate in 1998, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay have demonstrated they are ideally suited to the terroir here.” Decanter Magazine, January 2015 Wines we are currently...
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" is a joint venture between winemaker Neil Pike, viticulturist Andrew Pike and Adelaide retailers Mario and Ben Barletta. It hinges on a single vineyard owned by Grant Arnold, planted in 1996, adjacent to the historic cemetery of the region’s Scottish pioneers. Situated in a secluded valley of the Clare hills, the low-cropping vineyard, say the partners, is always one of the earliest ripening shiraz vineyards in the region and mystifyingly produces fruit with both natural pH and acid analyses that can only be described as beautiful...
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Coriole Estate sits high in the undulating hills of the McLaren Vale, within sight of the sea and just an hour from Adelaide.  Original farm buildings, which sit proudly in the centre of the garden and cellar door of the winery were built in 1860, with the first vines being planted immediately after the end of World War 1.  A property of 33 hectares, the scale of production is bijou when compared to some of the more commercial McLaren Vale growers.  After a Seckford Agencies team visit in May this year, it was...
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Hollick Wines is a small family owned winery in Coonawarra, in South Eastern South Australia. Ian and Wendy Hollick purchased a piece of grazing land on the southern end of the Coonawarra district in 1974. This small block of land was one of the original allocations in the Coonawarra Fruit Colony which John Riddoch founded in 1890. It was never developed as a fruit block but instead was the site of a tannery, and later a dairy.   Since 1975 the Hollicks have progressively planted Cabernet Sauvignon,...
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The Murphy family have grown grapes in the Murray Darling region of Australia, part of the Big Rivers, since 1909. They build on this experience to create fruit-driven attractive wines. The grape selection and winemaking practices at Murphy's aim to highlight the fruit flavours with these wines. These appealing styles show ripe fruit aromas and soft, rich palates. Murphy's have selected, from their own plantings, Chardonnay and Shiraz grapes of good sound quality which have displayed true varietal expression in the final wine. Wines we are currently listing: 2015...
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This family-owned boutique winery is set right on the banks of the Murray River at Trentham Cliffs just outside Mildura. The Murphy family arrived in Australia in 1909 from Ireland and so are numbered among the Irish ‘Winegeese’ who, from the 18th century onwards, engaged in the wine trade in the countries of their adoption and were instrumental in the viticultural development of some of the finest wine-growing areas of the world. Today the many and illustrious wines and labels of the Winegeese have become synonymous with quality on...
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Christa and Rolf form the heart of Rolf Binder wines, continuing a family wine-making tradition that spans nearly 60 years. Their parents arrived in Australia in 1950 - just 2 amongst the many post-war immigrants from Europe - and met a grape grower in the Barossa while working to help pay for their assisted passage. From such unlikely beginnings, a passion for the Barossa was born, a winery was purchased and a new life began. They soon came to appreciate the riches of the Barossa, the old vine Shiraz,...