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Today, Kaesler is a privately owned wine company producing powerful estate wines from ancient, dry grown vineyards. Over 70% of the magnificent property’s red wine varieties are more than 40 years of age.A number of gnarly old vines from the original vineyard block still remain and provide the backbone, power and intensity for which Kaesler wines are renowned.
Kaesler Philosphy and Winemaking
Winemaker Reid Bosward is determined to make excellent wine. Fruit is hand picked and hand pruned. Crop thinning is done in most years to reduce yields and maximise flavour. Blocks are kept separate until final blending. Re-vegetation projects are also underway to help restore balance, improve soils and put something back into the natural environment.
Kaesler Location and History
The Kaesler family were Silesian pioneers who settled in the Barossa Valley in the 1840’s.The family planted their first vineyard in 1893. It was comprised mainly of traditional varieties including Shiraz, Grenache, and Mataro. They produced red and fortified wines over a century of hard and stoical work.Further Grenache and Shiraz vines were planted in 1899, the 1930s, early 196os and 70s to reach just over 92 ha today.The Kaeslers traditionally sold their grapes to Seppelts and begun making their own wine in 1997.
|Wine Region||Barossa Valley|
|Address||Barossa Valley Way, Nuriootpa, SA, 5355, Australia|
|Phone||(08) 8562 4488|
It's a big boy this SGM from Kaesler! There's plenty of alcohol, but it is surprisingly balanced. Aromas of dark choc-coated berries fill the nose, together with whiffs of softly spiced plums. The palate is full and lush with a sweetly-fruited cen...
Always love Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon and this is a lovely example with its layers of sweet dark fruits, big body in the mouth yet still shows a fair whack of class. Seriously drinkable.
Dense colour; powerful and concentrated, and here the alcohol does make life slightly uncomfortable; certainly an abundance of black fruits, chocolate and earth.