• Clare Wine Co.

    Clare Valley, South Australia

    Clare Wine Co was established in 2008 by the owners of Kaesler Wines, Barossa Valley. Fruit is picked and transported to Kaesler winery in the Barossa for vinification.

  • Pete's Pure

    Euston, New South Wales

    All of the wines are a pure expression of the variety are bottled in lightweight glass, come from vineyards that are responsibly irrigated and proudly declare their origins.

  • Small Valley

    Gumeracha, South Australia

    Gumeracha was known by the Peramangk people as “umeracha” meaning watering place. Our vineyards sit in the beautiful Torrens valley 36km northeast of Adelaide. The sheltered vines trail into an intimate valley where a central teardrop pond takes the sky. The valley feels sacred and alive with greens and golds, a perfect place to create something beautiful.

  • Domaine De Chatillon

    Lac de Bourget, France

    The 7 Hectare property has an ideal west facing exposition mid slope which ensure optimum sunshine & the soils are laden with calcerous limestone, glacial deposits & marl which help convey the alpine tones of the wines.











  • Brave to be Murray

    Murray Darling, New South Wales

    The Murray Darling region is known as the Food Bowl of Australia, due in no small part to the rich multicultural tapestry of a society built on pioneering spirit, entrepreneurial bravery and sheer hard work. Today some of the country’s most innovative and exciting agriculture projects are happening right here in the Murray Darling

  • Kaesler

    Nurioopta, South Australia

    Welcome to Kaesler Wines, home to some of the Barossa Valley’s most highly regarded estate grown premium wines including The Old Bastard, Alte Reben and The Bogan.

    The Kaesler family were pioneers who settled in the Barossa Valley in the 1840s and planted their first vines in 1893. To this day, Kaesler wines are made from these ancient, dry grown vineyards.

  • Saint & Scholar

    Gumeracha, South Australia

    The Saint & Scholar vineyard makes for a beautiful, spectacular backdrop for our makers. North facing and particularly hilly, you’ll see the fluffiest of fluffy clouds float above as the sun sinks across the valley, making you want to stay long after the day is done.

    The hilly terrain means in an area of high rainfall, like the Adelaide Hills, water drains rather well. Together with the beautiful sunlight and naturally cool climate, this makes for a perfect, harmonious environment to ripen quality, consistent vines; soon to be quality, consistent wines.

  • Stonehorse

    Nurioopta, South Australia

    The Stonehorse wines are full of character like the teams of Clydesdale horses that used to work the heavy clay soil at the Kaesler vineyard, long before tractors were invented. An assemblage of estate vineyards ranging in age from 15 to 45 years in age.