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Wines from venerable and elite vineyards whose provenance have been identified for individuality, consistency and a unique expression of Barossa terroir.

 Yalumba Anderson Vineyard Grenache 2008

Yalumba Anderson Vineyard Grenache 2008

The Yalumba Anderson Grenache has been sourced from an 1898 tri-centenary vineyard in the Barossa Valley belonging to John Anderson, one of Yalumba’s very faithful and long-term vineyard supervisors.

John’s 1.17HA block of 1898 Grenache bush vines features deep sandy loam layers underlain with layers of red-brown clay. With careful management, these soils can consistently produce outstanding quality dry-grown fruit.

 Yalumba FDR1A Cabernet Sauvignon & Shiraz 2011

Yalumba FDR1A Cabernet Sauvignon & Shiraz 2011

In 1974 Yalumba created an outstanding Cabernet Sauvignon & Shiraz blend known simply as Fine Dry Red 1A. The wine became a legend in winemaking circles, appreciated for its fruit expression and restrained power.

Sourced from exceptional sites within the cool rugged slopes of Eden Valley, FDR1A is a testament to winemaking and viticultural craftsmanship.

Previous Vintages

2010 | 2009 | 2008

 Yalumba FDR1A Cabernet Sauvignon & Shiraz Museum Release 2005

Yalumba FDR1A Cabernet Sauvignon & Shiraz 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.

 Yalumba FSW8B Botrytis Viognier 2014

Yalumba FSW8B Botrytis Viognier 2014

Our FSW8B vines are encouraged to grow a dense canopy reducing air flow and encouraging the infection by and growth of Botrytis cinerea. Botrytised grapes are difficult to press and several pressings are required to liberate all of the viscous nectar. Good quality juices are hard to ferment, so a special yeast strain is used to balance the ideal sugar levels, allowing the wine to find its natural balance.

Previous Vintages

2012 | 2011

 Yalumba Hand Picked Shiraz + Viognier 2012

Yalumba Hand Picked Shiraz + Viognier 2012

The concept of blending Shiraz and Viognier was derived from the great French wine region of the Northern Rhône – the Côte Rôtie area in particular. Using only the best Eden Valley fruit, the Yalumba Hand Picked Shiraz + Viognier is rich in concentrated fruit flavour.

Previous Vintages

2010 | 2009

 Yalumba Paradox Shiraz 2010

Yalumba Paradox Shiraz 2010

The northern area of the Barossa has some of the oldest landscapes in the region. At 200 million years old, these bedrocks have formed the soils in which the grape vines grow. It is also one of the early grape growing areas of the Barossa, with many generational growers who are both traditional but also attune to the needs of making their vineyards sustainable through modern viticultural thinking. The Paradox follows Yalumba’s mantra of showcasing great wine with a point of difference.

 Yalumba Steeple Vineyard Shiraz 2010

Yalumba Steeple Vineyard Shiraz 2010

Yalumba has always had a passion to keep exciting barrels or small batch wines separate from the blending table, regardless of quantity. This is where the Steeple Vineyard Shiraz was discovered.

Sourced from antique vines within the Yalumba Steeple Vineyard on the Barossa Valley floor, this wine is a strong expression of terroir, with a dynamic scent, energetic freshness and cooling
earthy tannins.

Previous Vintages

2009

 Yalumba Vine Vale Barossa Grenache 2006

Yalumba Vine Vale Barossa Grenache 2006

The Nursery vineyard, located in the heart of the Barossa Valley, is the source of this Single Site Grenache. This wine has been handcrafted from grapes sourced from the block called VG04. This block of approximately two acres comprises approximately 800 vines that were planted in 1949. The Nursery vineyard features deep sandy loam layers underlain with red-brown clay layers.

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