An easy-drinking, delicious Cabernet Sauvignon. Gamekeeper is the expression of Barossa Cabernet, lifted blackcurrant and blackberry notes, violets and varietal herbal leaf characters. A firm structure of ripe tannins, in support of savoury olive and dark bramble berry flavours, perfumed by the classic mintiness which is the hallmark of all things St Hallett. The Barossa Cabernet of choice to accompany simple and delicious dishes such as grilled chorizo and halloumi cheese as well as old favourites like steak and Guinness pie or a juicy gourmet beef burger.
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This is one of our favourite quaffing red wines, it just such a well-crafted wine and really shows how skilled the winemakers at St Hallet are at making great wines for every pocket. The Shiraz, Grenache & Touriga grapes are sourced from mostly southern Barossa Valley, with red-brown loam over shale soils, perfect for highlighting fresh varietal characters.
Ripe red berry fruits and spice with a lift of floral notes are prominent on the nose. A seamless integration highlighting the best attributes from each variety in the blend. A spectrum of bright red fruits and supple tannin from the Shiraz combines with the generous juicy raspberry flavours the Grenache. Touriga Nacional complements perfectly with rose petal and floral-like spice. It’s what we call a 2 bottler!
Red Wine£1600Add to Basket
Faith Shiraz has become a contemporary classic and a crowd favourite since its first vintage in 1994. This 2020 is on form and a beautiful Barossa Valley Shiraz that delivers on every level and has that wonderful quality that as soon as you have finished the first sip you are reaching for another! Aromas of vibrant dark cherry and raspberry with underlying spice and chocolate fill the nose and these red fruits carry through to the palate with a generous juicy opening. This flows into textural territory with smooth, subtle tannins and lingering spice providing a long finish. The Shiraz was aged in French and American oak barrels for 16 months.Delicious!
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Bob Berton makes exceptional quality Shiraz at very affordable prices.
The aromas are powerful and complex encapsulating a wealth of ripe black cherries, blackberries with subtle hints of white pepper and spice. The rich and harmonious palate delivers soft flavours of plum and cherry notes, underpinned by toasty oak and velvety chocolate. Silky tannins lead to a long, persistent finish.
Red Wine£1950Add to Basket
The Butcher’s Cart harks back to a time when the Lindner family, founders of the great St Hallett’s estate, were family butchers and horse and cart was the norm to get about. Much has changed in the Barossa since then, but there is the same meticulous care now performed in the jewel-like vineyards and immaculate cellar. This fabulous dark, spicy Shiraz uses grapes from a selection of vineyards, all planted on the red-brown earth, which tends to produce a rich, generous wine. Each parcel is fermented separately, with a pump over six times a day to extract rich flavour and tannins. Ageing for 10 months in 20% new oak puts the finishing touches to this rich, unctuous red.
Aroma: Dark ripe blackberry and raspberry, with liquorice and nutmeg spice
The Palate: Luscious, velvety – black cherry, plum, dark chocolate, firm tannins
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Let it be known that Kym Teusner once said to his peers that Barossa Shiraz could be a bit boring. Fairly independent thinking coming from a Barossa winemaker. Defending himself, Kym will insist what he did say was that as good as Barossa Shiraz is, adding Mataro will make it taste even better!
This wine is jam-packed with Barossa Shiraz and Mataro (Mourvedre) flavours….plums, black fruits and warm spices of cinnamon, nutmeg and 5 spices. There’s a touch of mid-palate sweetness, some mocha and black olive and the soft tannins are integrated seamlessly through the mid-palate. The subtle use of oak allows the rich dark fruit to take centre stage.
Red Wine£2100Add to Basket
The Riebke Shiraz is dedicated to the Riebke Brothers who have vineyards located in the Northern Barossa sub-districts of Ebenezer, Moppa and Kalimna. Their family has been tending these vines for 5 generations. The brothers owned an old vine Grenache vineyard and were selling the fruit to some of the industry’s big boys, however, the low yields and low prices being paid meant that the brothers were running the vineyard at a loss. In stepped winemaker, Kym Teusner, who together with his business partner, managed to scrape up enough cash to purchase about a quarter of the fruit – enough to stave off the brother’s plans of scrapping the vineyard. Since that day the Riebekes have become an integral supplier and Teusner gracefully acknowledges that the quality of this wine is really due to the brother’s viticultural talent, adding ‘Those guys have some of the best-kept vineyards in the Ebenezer district’.
In the glass it has a very deep midnight black core with a dark red black tinged hue. Unfurling from the glass are spicy dark plum and liquorice scents which meld into toasty vanillin cedar and peppered earth notes. Generous and juicy the medium to full bodied palate features ripe dark plum and liquorice fruits over spicy vanillin cedar, scorched earth and pepper characters. Polished tannins with a fleshy aftertaste that has plenty of pepper and spice to it.
Red Wine£2200Add to Basket
Joshua is the wine that started Teusner as a wine producer. Kym Teusner and his business partner Mick Page were in a pub sipping a few beers. They overheard a couple of old growers having a conversation about the low, low prices being paid for their old vine Grenache…to the point they were going to rip out the vines and plant Chardonnay! Horrified they hatched a rescue plan, scrambling together some cash, the grapes found a new home and the vines stayed in the ground where they belonged and Teusner Wines was born.
Named after Mick’s first son, Joshua is a blend of Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz. Made from 100-year-old vines it has a delicious mix of light and dark fresh ripe berried fruits, cured meats and lifted spice on the nose that sets you up for a mouthful of savoury and gamey flavour in the mouth. Kept away from oak and released young it showcases the juicy, spicy, flavoursome red wines of the Barossa.
Red Wine£2250Add to Basket
Once “The G” is discovered it can never be forgotten…. Grenache is the hidden variety of the Barossa, it’s almost been a secret until now. This unsung hero is 100% Grenache, juicy and generous…
In the glass it has ripe dark raspberry, plum and red liquorice scents that fill the olfactory senses with subtle vanilla pod, earth and spice. Juicy dark raspberry, dark plum, liquorice and dark chocolate flavours show terrific intensity across the mid weighted palate. Traces of vanilla and earth lie underneath. Silky smooth tannins with a long aftertaste that’s loaded with succulence.
Drink over the next 3-4 years.
Red Wine£2475Add to Basket
Teusner The Dog Strangler Mataro is a rich and velvety red wine hailing from the Barossa Valley in South Australia. Crafted from the Mataro grape, this vintage has a deep maroon colour and intense aromas of dark fruit, black pepper, and liquorice. On the palate, the wine is full-bodied and complex, with flavours of raspberry jam, blackberry, and a hint of dark chocolate. The Dog Strangler Mataro has a smooth and elegant finish, with soft tannins and well-balanced acidity. It pairs well with hearty meat dishes like grilled lamb chops or slow-cooked beef stew. Enjoy this premium red wine now or cellar it for 5-10 years to further enhance its complex flavours
From the winemaker: The wonderful world of wine gives us around 60 or more synonyms for one of our favourite varieties, Mataro, well-known ones such as Mourvedre and Monastrell, lesser-known ones such as Balzac and Exparte. We love the mutts at Teusner (dogs can sometimes outnumber humans!)… it’s somewhat ironic that we chose this particular name for Mataro…Estrangle Chien in France…The Dog Strangler in the Barossa.
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Planted in 1920 Grant Burge’s Filsell vineyard is considered one of the best vineyards in the Barossa Valley and consistently produces fruit of great intensity and concentration. Known as Meshach’s younger brother the 2015 vintage was matured in a combination of French and American oak for 21 months.
This 2015 vintage has an impenetrable inky black core with a deep dark red black tinged hue. Intense aromas of ripe blackberries and liquorice tinged with dark chocolate drift effortlessly out of the glass followed by vanillin oak, subtle scorched earth and spice. Rich with Barossa’s trademark concentration and glowing opulence the palate is awash with dark and black fruit flavours. Ripe blackberry, dark plum and liquorice saturate the mouth underscored by subtlety toasted vanillin oak, traces of dark chocolate and spice. Silky smooth, perfectly integrated tannins have a solid underlying structure. Excellent intensity with a long ripe blackberry, liquorice, dark plum, subtle dark chocolate, vanillin oak and spice aftertaste. Drink now to 2030.
White Wine£2500Add to Basket
Old vine Semillon – what an absolute joy and example of the amazing heritage of Australia. Whilst much of the Barossa is ripping out old vines to replace with money-making, high yielding Shiraz, Dave Geyer is working with some of the great farmers of the area, devoted to preserving the old vines and varieties of the area. As Dave says, “once a century-old vine is gone, several generations must wait to see what it could produce again. This instant gratification is one of the downfalls of the industry. We work closely together to preserve this part of our history to ensure these vines stand the test of time and to produce some epic wines! “
Punchy fruit-driven nose, with pink grapefruit, lemon balm and moringa flowers. Textured, nutty palate with flavours of dried mango, tangerine, lemon sherberts and a firm, grippy finish. The end of the bottle might be a little cloudier, but don’t worry, it’s just due to the choice of producing wine without filtration or fining.
The Geyer Semillon is a blend of fruit from three different vineyards, each vinified in a way to best represent the site. Component 1 and 2 are sourced from two 90-100-year-old sites in the Barossa Valley, one which goes straight to stainless steel to best retain its vivid, fruit aromas, whilst the other, with more reductive, smokey aromas goes to old oak. The third site is a younger vineyard in the Eden Valley – and this portion spends two weeks on skins, with 50% whole bunches. All components were blended upon completion of fermentation and aged in a 1950’s fortified wine foudre for six months. This old wood infused with sherry and flor characters really twisted the Semillon in an amazing Jura-esque way – crack a bottle and see! Bottled without any addition of sulphur or fining/filtration.
Red Wine£2500Add to Basket
Wallace takes on the traditional Barossa Valley blend of Shiraz and Grenache in a modern way. The Shiraz brings backbone, flesh and body to the wine with the Grenache adding a soft, vibrant juiciness.
Wallace is made from exceptional old vine fruit was sourced from the famed Ebenezer sub district at the northern tip of the Barossa Valley. Vine ages are 50—80 years old for the Shiraz and 50—100 years old for the Grenache.
In the glass, the wine has lifted aromas of bright red fruits with fresh spice notes of star anise and cedar. The palate has bright red berry fruit, redcurrant and liquorice flavours that complement the soft and rounded Grenache fruit tannin and the savoury finish of Shiraz. Lovely refreshing acidity provides both lift and depth.
Peak Drinking: A wine to enjoy in its youth that will also develop additional complexity for up to 8—10 years of cellaring.
Wallace is an ancestral name of Colin’s wife, Judith, whose family hail from the old market town of Cupar in Fife, Scotland. Judith’s Celtic ancestry is reflected in the three elements of the Wallace symbol – the Celtic cross, thistle and the Celtic knot pattern.
Red Wine£2600Add to Basket
This wine was first released in 1994, in honour of Stuart Blackwell, winemaker for more than three decades and a tireless contributor to the St Hallett story. The fruit is sourced predominately from vineyards planted in the parishes of Ebenezer, Greenock and Moppa Hills with the red-brown clay soils creating wines with hallmark characteristics of black plum, cherries and dark chocolate.
Aroma: A bright bouquet with layers of blackberry, dark chocolate and hints of vanilla.
The Palate: A full-bodied wine with excellent framework and a multitude of layers. Instantly apparent are blackberry and black cherry fruit with hints of dark chocolate and vanilla characters laying over top. A very decadent and opulent wine with a balanced palate, excellent structure and refined texture.
Red Wine£2850Add to Basket
At the southern end of the Barossa near Mount Crawford there is a magnificent property established over 150 years ago, the entrance marked by two grand pillars – Corryton Park. Grant Burge had admired Corryton Park since He was a small boy. One of the highest and coolest sites in the Barossa region, it provides perfect conditions for creating first-class Cabernet with finesse, great depth and complexity. In his pursuit of excellence in Cabernet Sauvignon, he purchased the property in 1999.
In the glass, this 2015 Corryton Park is deep plum in colour and richly perfumed with aromas of blackcurrant, spearmint leaves, cedarwood characters and woody spice with underlying aromas of pine needle, vanilla and subtle char with hints of liquorice and new leather. The palate is surprisingly soft for cabernet; a fleshy, juicy cabernet with refined tannins and acidity. An all-round gorgeous glass of wine.