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In 1984 low red wine consumption and an underdeveloped export market lead the Federal Government to instigate the vine pull scheme in which wineries were subsidized for removing red grape vines. Some growers accepted the offer, which lead to the destruction of a significant component of Australian old vine Shiraz stocks. However, many also refused some of whom became growers for Barossa Valley Estate.
Barossa Valley Estate was originally a winemaking co-operative made up of 80 third and fourth generation grape growers. Skills were combined and grape varieties blended to produce quality wine under the Barossa Valley Estate label. Today Barossa Valley Estates is owned by Constellation wines.
Barossa Valley Estate Philosophy
Barossa Valley Estate aims to epitomize the Barossa region’s richness and character in each of its wines making very traditionally styled and robust wines made with ripe fruit and usually given extended oak aging.
Barossa Valley Estate Wine Range
Barossa Valley Estate is comprised of the following brands – E&E, Ebenezer, E Bass and E Minor. For the last decade the E & E Shiraz and sparkling Shiraz have been benchmark Barossa wines if a little old-fashioned in style.
Barossa Valley Estate Wine Types
All Barossa Valley Estate wines are made solely from Barossa Valley fruit. Vines on the premises include Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Grenache, Chardonnay and Marsanne. Additional grapes are also sourced from individual growers. Sparkling Shiraz under the E & E label is also a house specialty.
|Wine Region||Barossa Valley|
|Address||Seppeltsfield Road, Marananga, SA, 5355, Australia|
|Phone||(08) 8562 3599|
The Ebenezer range pays tribute to the many generations of growers who have painstakingly nurtured their vineyards through good years and bad since settlement. Without their persistence and strength many of the great vineyards of the Barossa would...
Something of a fallen icon, the Black Pepper Sparkling Shiraz is, at its core, still a lovely Barossan sparkling red carrying endless richness and indeed a shake or two of black pepper. If it had some more attention to the distribution and marketi...
What few people know about Barossa Valley Estate is that it's actually a network of grape growers a core. Family grapegrowers at that, who saw setting up such a co-op style winemaking business as a way of making sure that their grapes were turned ...