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The tale of Campbells and Winemaking began in the 1870’s when John Campbell planted the original Bobbie Burns Vineyard in Victoria’s Rutherglen Wine Region.
Four generations on, brothers Malcolm and Colin Campbell celebrate their great grandfather’s winemaking legacy through the production of a range of outstanding fortified wines. The awards and accolades speak for themselves with all wines from the reasonably priced red and white table wines through to the highly prized fortifieds all having achieved some level of show success.
Campbells PhilosophyThe Campbells family strives to capture the powerful characters seen in the wines from Rutherglen without allowing the wines to become too overblown nor ovverripe. Great importance is placed on nurturing wine from vine to bottle and both brothers agree, “quality at the expense of quantity is our aim”.
Campbells WinemakingWith Colin as Winemaker and Malcolm as Viticulturist, the Campbell brothers are committed to working with their unique climate to create structured and regionally distinctive estate grown wines that underpin the unique relationship between Rutherglen soil, vine and the art of winemaking. For the fortified wines, their aims are to create the most complex and longlived wines of their style in the world.
Campbells Wine TypesCampbells prides itself on producing crisp, aromatic whites: Riesling, Semillon, Chardonnay, Trebbiano and Viognier - full-bodied, flavoursome reds: Tempranillo, Shiraz, Malbec, Durif and Cabernet Sauvignon as well as rich, outstanding fortified wines: Muscat, Tokay and Port.
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Some of Australia’s most proud vinous history is encapsulated in these enduring fortifieds made by Rutherglen legends Campbells. Drinking rich Muscat like this can be quite an emotional experience, certainly it’s capable of changing the lives of t...
Medium red with purple hues. Intense dark plum fruit with hints of ground spice and attractive regional notes of ironstone that underline the wines origins. Rich, mouth filling blood plum and mulberry fruit on the front palate. Fruit tannins and s...
What an ideal gift this makes. A half bottle of fortified is one of life’s little pleasures. Topaque might be an unusual name for a fortified but it’s actually the given name for Tokay. This one from Rutherglen comes from one of the oldest fortifi...