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Maxwell LocationIn the mid 90’s, Maxwell grew and grew until it was obvious that a move was necessary. The entire winery was rebuilt on vineyards the family owned in the heart of McLaren Vale. It overlooks the township and is built into the side of a Limestone hill. It’s the perfect space for the combined winery and cellar door allowing visitors to view a working winery./p>
Maxwell Wine StylesWith grapes sourced from McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills the wines range from aromatic whites, Chardonnay and Verdelho, sparkling and a Rosé. In the reds there’s Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache as well as a white Port and a Tawny.
Maxwell Wine BrandsAll the premium wines go under the Maxwell name but there is also a range of everyday drinking wines called the Mount Bold Range sold exclusively at the cellar door.
Maxwell WineryThe Maxwell vineyards are some of the most revered in the district, positioned amidst rolling hills and benefit from cooling breezes off the gulf of St.Vincent. The vines are planted on top of solid limestone with some of the oldest vines planted back in 1953. In the winery there are five open fermenters designed for hand plunging, each hold about two tonnes of grapes and allow premium small batch vinification to occur. A barrel cellar cut into the limestone is where the best barrels of wine are kept ensuring the wine is kept at a constant temperature.
|Wine Region||McLaren Vale|
|Address||Corner Olivers & Chalk Hill Roads, McLaren Vale, SA, 5171, Australia|
|Phone||(08) 8323 8200|
The Maxwell family are not only famous for their rich reds but their range of meads which is fermented honey – one of the oldest fermented drinks in the world. The Lime Cave Cabernet is one of their signature wines and it’s a testament to the regi...
The name refers to a street that runs on the southern boundary of the famed Maxwell vineyards in the McLaren Vale. Fruit from this plot come from a bunch of gnarled and stubby old vines dating back to 1953. It’s a low yielding vineyard which means...
The Little Demon is not some evil spectre bottled for your enjoyment but actually a name that derived from Scottish scientist James Clerk Maxwell’s experiments with physics. The Little Demon in question charted the possibility of making energy fro...