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The Brothers In Arms story spans five generations and reflects the cumulative efforts of the Adams family and their forebears in South Australia’s Langhorne Creek wine region.
William Formby planted the first Shiraz and Cabernet vines on Metala estate in 1891, supplying fruit for some of South Australia’s legendary red wines. After much success, the Adams family decided to develop their own wine label, and in 1998, Brothers in Arms was launched.
Today, William’s great-great grandson, Guy Adams continues to follow suit, proud of his family’s heritage and committed to maintaining a property that has a unique place in Australian winemaking history.
Brothers in Arms Philosophy
Guy and Liz Adams are committed to winemaking that focuses on creating wines with balance, structure and texture. “by concentrating on these three key elements, all other attributes fall into place”. Furthermore their emphasis is also on quality as illustrated by the concentration and personality found in the wines from Brothers in Arms.
Brothers in Arms Wine Range
Wine Range: Brothers In Arms has three wine ranges: No.6 Range, Formby and Adams, and Sixth Generation Reserve.
Brothers in Arms Wine Types
The vineyards are made up of 300 hectares of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon with a small amount of Chardonnay.
|Wine Region||Langhorne Creek|
|Address||Lake Plains Road, Langhorne Creek, SA, 5255, Australia|
|Phone||(08) 8537 3070|
Deep magenta/garnet in colour. Fresh aromas of raspberries and redcurrants lead into dark fruits then meld with chocolate, liquorice and earth characters. Hints of white pepper-like undertones. The palate is fresh and juicy, comprised of – dark ch...
Brothers in Arms reflects 5 generations of grape growing experience which started when the great-great grandfather of current owners Guy and Liz Adams first plated the estate vineyard known as Metala in 1891. 100 odd years later they decided it wa...
Brothers in Arms is an apt analogy for a winery as it’s the only way to survive vintage after vintage relying on family for support and to help get another harvest in the bag. The Brothers in Arms winery is one of the oldest in Langhorne Creek pro...