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Distinguished sites, special blocks and Grand Cru vineyards; these expressions all refer to places that consistently produce the grapes from which the world’s great wines are made. Yalumba Distinguished Site wines are carefully sourced and masterfully crafted to capture the true essence of specific, special sites within the Barossa.

 FDR1A 2011

FDR1A 2011

In 1974 Yalumba created an outstanding Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz blend known simply as FDR1A. The wine soon became a legend in winemaking circles, appreciated both for its fruit expression and restrained power.

The 2010 FDR1A was sourced entirely from Eden Valley vineyards.

Previous Vintages

2010 | 2009 | 2008

 FDR1A Museum Release 2005

FDR1A Museum Release 2005

To celebrate our 165th year of winemaking we are releasing something special from the Yalumba Museum. This elegant wine has been stored in our cool marble cellars which lie beneath the Yalumba Winery. Maturing for years under these perfectly pristine conditions allows the wine to evolve and improve.

 Paradox Shiraz 2010

Paradox Shiraz 2010

PARADOX: An opinion or statement contrary to
received opinion. The Paradox is not what you might expect from a wine from the Northern Barossa. It’s not the high octane, lots of new oak stereotypical Northern Barossa Shiraz, but rather a softer more gentle, velvet-like and savoury style of wine.

 Shiraz Viognier 2012

Shiraz Viognier 2012

The addition of Viognier to Shiraz intensifies the colour, adds an extra dimension and a wonderful fragrance to the bouquet, and brings softness to the rich and powerful Barossa Shiraz.

Previous Vintages

2010 | 2009

 Steeple Vineyard Shiraz 2009

Steeple Vineyard Shiraz 2009

Sourced from the Yalumba Steeple Vineyard, planted in 1919 this antique vineyard is found on the Barossa Valley floor.

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