South Australia

The Yellow Label Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from premium South Australian ineyards. It displays wonderful varietal character of passionfruit, tropical fruit and hints of freshly cut grass.  The palate is crisp and refreshing, with excellent length of flavour and is best enjoyed young and fresh.

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Wolf Blass

by admin on August 9, 2011

Wolf Blass Wines was established in 1966 by its founder Wolf Blass AM. He adopted the eagle, the national symbol of his homeland, as his emblem and source of insiration, which takes pride of place on every bottle of Wolf Blass. The company’s Yellow Label range was launched in 1966.

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Rosemount Estate

by admin on August 8, 2011

Details to come for Rosemount Estate in the Barossa Valley

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Jacob’s Creek

by admin on August 8, 2011

Jacob’s Creek winemaking tradition dates back to 1847 when Johann Gramp planted his first vineyard on the banks of Jacob’s Creek in South Australia.

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Barossa Valley Wine Region

by admin on August 8, 2011

Enjoy an excursion to the Barossa Valley and you’ll be among the 60% of visitors to the wineries in South Australia. And the reason is clear, being only an hour away from Adelaide, it’s the most highly regarded winemaking and viticulture region in all of Australia. Going as far back as six generations, there are [...]

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Adelaide Hills Wine Region

by admin on August 8, 2011

Back in 1845 Australia’s very first wine to be exported was a claret produced in Echunga that was sent to Queen Victoria. To this day, the time honored traditions started nearly two centuries ago can be still found in South Australia’s oldest wine region among the 50 wineries in the Adelaide Hills. This region now [...]

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South Australia Wine

by admin on August 8, 2011

The largest, most important wine production area in the country is South Australia. Producing more than 50% of all Australia’s Wines, South Australia encompasses a considerable share of the most prestigious and valuable regions and wineries the world has to offer. The Barossa Valley has it’s famed Shiraz and Coonawarra’s superb Cabernet Sauvignons are just [...]

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