Single Vineyard Wines

From time to time amazing parcels of fruit are nutured and crafted into stand out examples of single site expression.


Stauros - SOLD OUT






Stauros is a Mourvedre made from a unique old vine single vineyard and released only in years of exemplary quality. The vineyard site, in the northern Barossa Valley, is set on ancient soils that have been home to naturally occurring, but rare, stone crosses known as Staurolite. This mineral takes its name from the Greek word stauros, referring to cross.

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Region:   Barossa Valley

Blend:   100% Mourvedre

Yield:   0.8 t/acre

pH:   3.49

TA:   6.7 g/l

Alcohol:   14.5%

Maturation:   20 months 900L French oak barrel

Cellaring:   Built to last - optimum year 2022

Tasting Notes:

Deep Ruby and garnet in colour displaying an alluring bouquet of dark cherry and spicy plum notes. Brooding dark cherry and cassis spice underpin the palate which is soft and refined but with a core strength and rigidity running the entire length.

Vineyard | Region:

Barossa Valley 80+ year-old vineyard / Moppa sub- region

Harvest Date:   24th March 2008

 Production: 100 dozen


2008 Stauros Single $130.00 Add to cart
2008 Stauros Half Dozen $780.00 Add to cart
2008 Stauros Dozen $1,560.00 Add to cart


2017 Cirrus




High Eden Valley Single Vineyard Riesling



The High Eden sub-region of Eden Valley is a small and unique region designated by its high altitude, however it is also defined by the schist soils and rocky outcrops, vast exposure and undulating hillside aspects, enhancing its suitability for growing Riesling. The skies over High Eden are typified by ‘Cirrus’ cloud formations for most of the growing and harvest seasons, making for a picturesque backdrop to the vineyards and a perfect name for this wine. The Cirrus Riesling is made from the very best Single Vineyard wine of High Eden and made in only exemplary years.

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Wine Description:  

Pale green colour, vibrant white currents, grapefruit and fresh lemon juice aromas. The palate is refined, with great intensity and freshness, finishing with a flicker of mineral texture. Released after 12 months of bottle maturation, this wine will mature for many years to come.


Hand harvested, the fruit was chilled to 6C and then 100% whole bunch pressed. Only the finest free run was taken, up to 440 litres / tonne. Naturally cold-settled for several weeks with only the clearest juice selected for fermentation. Fermented at a cool temperature between 12-13C until completely sugar dry. Left for 4 months on yeast lees before being prepared for bottling. 

Single Site Vineyard: The Petney Family Boehms Springs

Region: High Eden Valley

Altitude: 550m above sea level

Aspect: north-east facing

Soil: shallow sandy loam and schist over granite bedrock

Vine Age: 18 year old own roots

Row Orientation: north-south

Pruning: single wire spur pruned

Shallow, low fertility soils, together with challenging climatic conditions associated with the altitude contribute to low yields. The vineyard location and aspect maximise the morning sun and eliminate the harsh late afternoon heat, as well as protecting it from the prevailing and potentially damaging south westerly winds. This combination of unique site attributes consistently contributes to fine delicate flavours.

Harvest Date: 25th March 2017

Yield: 2.5 t/acre Boehms Springs Road Vineyard

Alcohol: 12.0%                      

Variety: Riesling 100%

pH: 2.98                               

Residual Sugar: <1.0gL

Total Acidity: 7.1 g/l              

Production:  2000 bottles

2017 Cirrus Single $56.00 Add to cart
2017 Cirrus Half Dozen $336.00 Add to cart
2017 Cirrus Dozen $672.00 Add to cart


Autumnus - SOLD OUT




Eden Valley Shiraz


99pts Robert Parker - Wine Advocate (sept 2018)

99pts wine orbit, nz (aug 2017)

The Eden Valley climate throughout the late Summer and Autumn months is typified by warm days and cool evenings. The cool tempered early Autumn climate moderates ripening patterns, retains acidity and brings a calm to the harvest. The harvest in Eden Valley is not just about the climate, it’s also about the colours, smells and sounds of Autumn which makes this time of year very special. In only exemplary harvests we select the very best from our Single Vineyard Eden Valley Shiraz wines for bottling under the Autumnus label.

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Wine Description

Deep crimson in colour the wine displays an attractive complex aroma of spice and white pepper, lavender fragrances and an infused blueberry liquorice lift. The palate is concentrated and complex in both flavour and intrigue, displaying layers of fruit and savoury spice, finishing with a chewy, textured tannin. With careful cellaring this wine will mature for many years to come.


Hand harvested, destemmed and crushed with 25% whole cluster inclusion, in a small 1.5 tonne open topped fermenter. The fruit was chilled for 6 days before being allowed to naturally warm up to start fermentation. Hand plunged daily and fermented at 24C ensured a slow gentle and controlled extraction. Post-pressing, the wine was transferred to a combination of new and seasoned French oak hogsheads. Matured for 24 months in oak without racking, the wine was then naturally clarified and bottled without filtration. The bottled wine was then further matured for 2-years before release.

Single Site Vineyard – The March Family Sawpit Gully Road

Region: Eden Valley – sub-region Keyneton

Altitude: 435m above sea level

Aspect: gentle northerly aspect on low lying site

Soil: leached sandy loam over bedrock

Vine Age: 25 year old own roots

Row Orientation: north - south

Pruning: single wire spur pruned

The vineyard is situated between the townships of Eden Valley and Keyneton in the central part of Eden Valley. The free draining soils are grey sandy loams of low pH and low fertility, assisting to control the natural vigour of the Shiraz variety. The Shiraz grown in this area typically show intense spice, pepper and blackberry flavours.

Harvest Date:   16th April 2012

Yield:   1.25t/acre Sawpit Gully Road Vineyard

Alcohol: 14.0%          

Shiraz:   100%

pH:   3.50                                

Residual Sugar:   NIL

Total Acidity:   6.5 g/l          

Production:   1000 bottles

2012 Autumnus Eden Valley Shiraz - Single bottle gift pack $350.00 Add to cart
2012 Autumnus Eden Valley Shiraz - 3 bottle gift pack $900.00 Add to cart

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