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Category - Winemaking

Our Barossa Shiraz Journey!

New News, Vineyard, Winemaking

The many people who have shared our wine journey know it started as a dream when we bought our 25 acre Seppeltsfield property in 1993. Trust us when we say this was well before our western end of…

Barossa Shiraz Ingredients!

Food & Wine, Vineyard, Winemaking

What’s all the fuss about Barossa Valley Shiraz and the dirt it grows in? The answer is everything…….

2016 Barossa Vintage – our Barossa Shiraz is looking fantastic!

Vineyard, Winemaking

The 2016 Barossa vintage is over, certainly it is in our Seize the Day vineyard as the leaves turn to glorious Autumn colours. Picking started in late February and was over by mid March. We’re very, very happy with…

Meet our Barossa Shiraz Seize the Day winemaker, Jo Irvine

New News, Vineyard, Winemaking

Jo Irvine has been making our Seize the Day Barossa Shiraz since 2014 and our Seize the Day Rosé since 2013. To make a premium Barossa Shiraz, you need to know what you’re doing. We love working with Jo,…

2015 Vintage in the Barossa is here!

Food & Wine, Vineyard, What to do in the Barossa, Winemaking

The Barossa is in the middle of another vintage. It’s a frantic time of the year – friends can’t commit to social events because they will be either harvesting, carting fruit or wine making – so we can…

Cork, unreliable cork: Pete’s Opinion on Cork Closure vs Screw Cap

Winemaking

Barossa Shiraz and any wine for that matter, is too precious to waste. Especially if you have been carefully cellaring the wine to taste and enjoy for a few years. So, here’s Pete’s take on wine closures! There…