Whilst the Barossa’s fine wine contribution to the world crosses many varieties and styles, it is the region’s expression of Shiraz and to a greater extent, old vine Shiraz, that has resonated strongest around the world.

Having avoided the vine disease Phylloxera, which has devastated many other wine regions in Australia and internationally, the Barossa’s old vine resources are exceptionally precious.

The region is home to Shiraz plantings dating back to 1843 – some of the oldest in the world – and are marked by an official charter dedicated to their recognition, preservation and promotion. Prestigious cuvees such as Penfold’s Grange and Henschke Hill of Grace, amongst many others, are defined by the power and elegance of Barossa old vine Shiraz fruit.


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