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d'Arenberg Wines - d'Arry and Chester Osborn | McLaren Vale

Located in McLaren Vale, South Australia, the d’Arenberg Winery was founded in 1912 by present owner Chester Osborn, great grandfather Joseph. Together with Chester’s father d’Arry, they produce wine using traditional methods and employ minimal input viticulture methods, with all the estate and leased vineyards organic and Biodynamic certified. The winery is the only one in Australia to basket press both red and whites, making the production labour intensive. Their methods also include the use of 5 tonne headed-down open fermenters, with all the batches remaining separate until the aging and resting is complete, prior to bottling.
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Click image to review the d'Arenberg d'Arry's Original Shiraz Grenache
Based on 2 reviews.
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2013 | 14.5% - 75cl
The d'Arry's Original has always been a blend of Shiraz and Grenache but was formally known as d'Arenberg Burgundy. The name was changed in the 1990's in recognition of principle d'Arry Osborn. The grapes used are all 100% McLaren vale, sourced from d'Arenberg's own vineyards and takes use of the largest oval barrel in the southern hemisphere, holding 40,000 Litres. With harvest early February and mid-April, small batches are crushed and transferred ...
Triangle Wine Club Score: 90 /100
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£12.95
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d'Arenberg Laughing Magpie Shiraz Viognier
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Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2007 | 14.5% - 75cl
Shiraz and Viognier a blend more commonly seen in the Northern Rhone Valley in France, a red and white wine grape with the Shiraz constitution more than 90% of the overall wine in many cases. The blend can now be seen in Australia, most notably southern Australia's Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale as well as Yarra Valley in Victoria. In these warm climates the super-rich Viognier adds ripe apricot and peach ....
 
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d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz
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Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2010 | 14% - 75cl
The fruit for the d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz was sourced from vines affected by Dead Arm disease, located on estate owned vineyards in the wine region of McLaren Vale. The Dead Arm affects usually one side or arm of the vine, whereby the stock becomes brittle or lifeless and is then pruned or replanted but the grapes on the good side, while low yielding display amazing intensity. Small batches are gently crushed ...
 
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d'Arenberg The Footbolt Shiraz
Based on 1 reviews.
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2012 | 14.6% - 75cl
Originally known as the “Old Vine Shiraz” the wine was renamed The Footbolt Shiraz after the family racehorse in 1996. The wine is a blend of early and late harvested fruit, middle February and early April which is located from several different D'Arenberg vineyards. Each parcel is crushed and transferred to five tonne headed-down open fermenters with foot treading untaken two thirds of the way through ....
Triangle Wine Club Score: 97 / 100
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£12.95
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d'Arenberg The High Trellis Cabernet Sauvignon
Based on 1 reviews.
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2011 | 14.3% - 75cl
The High Trellis vineyard was planted in the late 19th century and received its name because the vines were the first to be trained above knee height, which was considered high at the time, not so not, the vineyard is located on the Osborn original estate. The wine also has small percentage of Petit Verdot and Merlot which are sourced from the Pedler's Divide Vineyard. The High Trellis is maturated in barrel with two thirds in ....
Triangle Wine Club Score: 95 / 100
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d'Arenberg The Ironstone Pressing Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre
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Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2010 | 13.9% - 75cl
The old vines used for the Ironstone Pressing were planted on decomposed laterite granite known as ‘Ironstone’. Harvested in February and March, small batches of grape are gently pressed and transferred to five Tonne headed down open fermenters. These individual batches remain separated with foot treading undertaken two thirds of the way through fermentation, basket pressed and transferred ...
 
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d'Arenberg The Love Grass Shiraz
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Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2011 | 14.2% - 75cl
The fruit for the d'Arenberg The Love Grass Shiraz was harvested and pressed in small batches, transferred to headed down open fermenters, with foot treading taking place two thirds of the way through fermentation, basket pressed and aged for 18 months in French Oak Barriques. The name ‘Love Grass’ is taken from a weed that grows in the vineyards, in and around the vine and its sticky flowers ...
 
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d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre
Based on 1 reviews.
Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2011 | 14.6% - 75cl
The Stump Jump Labels are based on an Optometrist eye chart, designed as a humorous make shift sobriety test. If you hold the bottle at arm's length and you can still read the bottom line, then and only then can you have another glass. The grapes used are predominantly from very old bush-vines located from the d'Arenberg stable, with each of the grapes used offering something different to the overall wine.
Triangle Wine Club Score: 80 / 100
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£10.95
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d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Riesling Marsanne Sauvignon
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Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2009 | 12.5% - 75cl
The fruit chosen comes from selected vineyards within McLaren Vale, Crushed and fermented separately. Once fermentation for each parcel is complete, samples are taken from each batch and tasted. The final blend is then decided, with each grape adding something unique. The appearance is golden and clear with an aromatic, fresh and lively nose, abundance of fruit including pineapple, lemon, melon and green mango.
 
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d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Sauvignon Blanc
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Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale - Adelaide Hills
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale - Adelaide Hills
2013 | 12.5% - 75cl
The fruit is sourced from a range of vineyards within McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills with proximity to the sea and cool breezes associated with Adelaide Hills having a deciding factor. The grapes are then crushed and pressed using a stainless steel basket press, the juice is then transferred to temperature controlled vessels, where neutral yeast are added thus kick starting the cool fermentation process.
 
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d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Shiraz
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Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale
2011 | 14.5% - 75cl
With its name taken from the stump jump plough, the wine is a combination of many individual parcels of wine within the d'Arenberg stable and also includes parcels from a range of new growers. All the Parcels of wine are then fermented in headed-down open fermenters, prior to being basket-pressed and then matured in old French, American Barriques and large casks. With good winter rains and un-seasonably hot ....
 
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d'Arenberg The Stump Jump Sticky Chardonnay
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Wine of Australia - McLaren Vale - Adelaide Hills
Australia | South Australia | McLaren Vale - Adelaide Hills
2008 | 10.5% - 375ml
The fruit is picked from different vineyards within McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills, the selected botrytis infected grapes are carefully managed and are harvested only when the right amount of moisture has been removed and replaced with sugar fruit acids and minerals, which is generally late in the season. The wine appears deep golden in colour with blossom, honey, stewed stone fruit and bitter sweet tropical fruit ....
 
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