• Australia wide

  • Family Owned

  • Sustainably Made

  • Vegan Friendly




The Handcrafted Range

With premium fruit sourced from the Barossa Valley, these wines are handcrafted with care to tastefully depict this beautiful region we call home.

  • Mortica Sparkling Shiraz

    RRP $75.00

    Tasting Notes

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    As rare as it is special – our Sparkling Morticia holds a special place in our heart, and also on our shelves.

    Everything old is new again with this current release with the expedition liquer that was added to the wine at bottling using some beautiful aged Barossa brandy spirit.

  • The Rev Canon Barossa Shiraz

    RRP $75.00

    Tasting Notes 2018

    Tasting Notes 2019

    Tasting Notes 2020

    ‘The Reverend Canon’ Barossa Shiraz 2018 ($75) – Deep maroon colour here. Bold flavours
    to the fore, there is an almost explosive nose, with flavours and aromas just
    pouring out. Shows just what a couple of years in the cellar can do for a good
    Barossa Shiraz from a top vintage – and 2018 is certainly that. This is a
    cracker. Notes of black fruits, cassis, molten chocolate, dark and rich coffee
    beans, tobacco leaves, leather and licorice. Just such a gorgeous palate, so
    seductive. Silly tannins, impressive length and balance. This has a good ten to
    fifteen years ahead of it. Love it. 95.

    Ken Gargett, Wine Pilot, Oct 2023

  • Handcrafted Barossa Shiraz

    RRP $40.00

    Tasting Notes


    ($40) – Dark magenta in colour, this is a classic Barossa Shiraz. A bold,
    full-flavoured red with no edges. Soft and seductive. Flavours of chocolate,
    blackberries, mocha, coffee beans and cassis. There are fine, satiny tannins.
    An underlying flick of acidity. Good balance and impressive length. As
    enjoyable as it is at the moment, even better in six to eight years. 92.

    Ken Gargett, Wine Pilot, Oct 2023 

  • Handcrafted Barossa GSM

    RRP $50.00

    Tasting Notes

    GSM 2021
    ($50) – Crime scene red hue, the nose is redolent of plums, cassis, aniseed and red jellybeans. The texture is supple and soft, the wine delicious.

    An altogether too easy to drink style. The palate moves to coffee beans, cherries and a hint of strawberries. Fine acidity and silky tannins. There is a very
    long and lingering finish. Enjoy it any time over the next four to eight years and, unless wine is not your thing, you will enjoy it. 93.

    Ken Gargett, Wine Pilot, Oct 2023

  • Handcrafted Eden Valley Pinot Gris

    RRP $35.00

    Tasting Notes

  • Handcrafted Adelaide Chardonnay

    RRP $30.00

    Tasting Notes

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