Family owned and operated, Barossa earthworks make its wines from 100% Barossa grapes, grown at small family owned vineyards.
Drawing on more than 160 years of local wine knowledge, traditional winemaking methods and minimal processing are used to preserve the purity, integrity, texture and flavour of the wines.
The inaugural vintage of this Eden Valley Riesling opens with aromas of musk and orange blossom with touches of talc and lemon drops. A generous and textured wine with opulent flavours of green apple, quince and finger lime with a zingy acid finish. Light golden straw in colour with green hues.
Deep crimson in colour, there are aromas of plum, mulberry, Worcestershire sauce and black pepper on the nose. An enticing palate reminiscent of black forest cake; layers of plush chocolate and black cherries in liqueur. The finish is extremely long with cocoa powder tannins.
Deep ruby red in colour. Warm and enticing blueberry aromas frame a structure of luxurious mocha chocolate, sun ripened blood plums, cassis and rosemary. Round, soft and generous, the flavours lead with summer plum and berry compote, vanilla and boysenberry, followed by hints of mocha chocolate complimenting the smooth velvety finish. A wine with broad shoulders and a straight back, akin to the character of our loyal Barossa growers.
Match with a homemade saltbush lamb sausage roll, or cherry tomato and tapenade tartlets served with a dollop of hummus and sprinkled with herbes de Provence.
Vibrant ruby red with crimson hues. A compote of dark berry and satsuma plum aromas supported with mocha, vanilla, and black pepper accents, along with hints of boysenberry and strawberry, all converge to allow your senses to take you on a journey. A voluptuous palate with a flourish of fresh fruit. The aromas are mirrored on the palate that also has dark chocolate undertones and silky tannins in the background.
A premium offering from earthworks Barossa. Succession observes the importance of lineage, custodianship and community. On the palate the wine is moreish, decadent and rewarding with plush milk choc, blood plum and soft, silky tannins.
A premium offering from earthworks Barossa. Succession observes the importance of lineage, custodianship and community. On the palate the wine has fruit sweetness wrapped around lengthy, chalky tannins and touches of moreish olive tapenade to finish.