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Mystery Shiraz 2017 – 6 bottle pack. SOLD OUT
Mystery Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon – $80 per 6 pack
Wanderlust, Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Angel’s Peak, Coonawarra Shiraz 2019
1000 Sundowns Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Cape Banks, Pinot Noir 2016
Ambriels Gift Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Silver Eyes Shiraz 2017
RSV Shiraz 2016
A Family Owned Winery from the Coonawarra Wine Region
We are very proud of creating high quality Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon, Coonawarra Shiraz and cool-climate Mount Gambier Pinot Noir.
Oak Aged Red Wine
Our red wines are all aged in premium French Oak barrels. Some cheaper wines in the market will use oak substitutes (chips, planks, dominos etc) but we only use the best, so you can expect a consistent high quality product.
Save for now, or enjoy our red wines in years to come
Our Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz red wines are built to age (or can be drunk now). This ageing potential makes our $25 Angel’s Peak Coonawarra Shiraz and Wanderlust Cabernet Sauvignon.
Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon almost unique at these prices. These wines will mature and get better over the next 10 years.
Avoid the red wine headache with our low sulphur red wines.
Sulphur in red wine is used as a preservative and helps kill unwanted yeasts, bacteria, and protects the wine from oxidation. Too much sulphur in wine can give people allergies and headaches – that’s why all our wines are made with below organic levels of sulphur, less than 100ppm. Australian Food standards allow for a maximum of 250ppm in dry wine, and up to 300ppm for sweet wines.
No residual sugar.
There is no residual sugar in any of our red wines, with the exception of our Golden Orb Sparkling Shiraz.
Certified Organic Vineyard.
Our Coonawarra grapes are chemical free. We are certified to Australian Organic Standards and no pesticides have been used in our Coonawarra vineyards for over 10 years.
Our Organic Coonawarra Vineyard
With yields of 2 tonnes or less (the average for Coonawarra is around 3.5 – 4 tonnes), our grapes are smaller that some wineries, meaning there is more skin per litre of produced wine. Because both the colour and flavour of the wine comes from the grape skin, we’re able to produce complex flavours with our small but mighty grapes.