Discover: Small Batch Barossa Red Wines - Exclusive Mixed Six Pack | Artisans of Barossa

$189.00 $210.00

Winter is when the salads are set aside, the slow-cooking recipe books are dusted off, and the hand reaches for the red wine shelf in the cupboard under the stairs. With a tinge of pride, we release three entirely new red wines from the hands and hearts of the Artisans of Barossa.

This hand-selected six-pack showcases the new wave of red wine in the Barossa. Fresh, vibrant, aromatic and sensually pleasing. Enjoy these reds, from fragrant and light Grenache to fresh Cabernet and a modern take of the classic Cabernet Shiraz blend, with all the food you'd share a winter lunch or dinner with - be that friends, family or visitors enjoying their first trip to the Barossa. We're talking stuffed mushrooms, lamb with rosemary, steaks with Paris butter or blue cheese, and almost anything that comes out of the roasting pan.

Lets get into the details:

- Small Batch Grenache 2023: Single Vineyard, Ebenezer. Cranberry and raspberry aromas with a slightly earthy undertone. Although light, the wine hits all points of the palate with a long finish. The length and fragrance are impressive for this single vineyard Grenache. 

- Keller Block Cabernet Sauvignon 2022: Single Vineyard, Nuriootpa. All old oak, and very new school. Fresh flavours, blueberries, blackberries and a hint of spice.

- Small Batch Cabernet Shiraz 2022: Two vineyards, Nuriootpa & Northern Barossa. Cabernet takes the edge of robust Shiraz and adds tension and tannin. Shiraz plays the power game in the blend, but this wine never strays too far.

An exciting trio of wines from the cellars of the Artisans of Barossa.

Small batch winemaking refers to the process of producing wine in limited quantities, typically on a smaller scale compared to larger wineries. It involves a more hands-on and artisanal approach, where attention to detail and quality are emphasized. 

The Artisans of Barossa are John Duval Wines, Spinifex Wines, Sons of Eden, Lienert Vineyards, Schwarz Wine Co., Hobbs of Barossa Ranges and Chaffey Bros. Wine Co.

Seven small winemakers brought together by a shared commitment to protect and promote the art of small-batch Barossa winemaking.