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About Stanton & Killeen Wines Winery
Stanton and Killeen have been producing celebrated muscat, topaque and vintage fortified styles for well over 100 years. Stanton and Killeen is home to a wide range of fortified varieties including Brown Muscat, Muscadelle, Touriga Nacional, Tinto...READ ABOUT Stanton & Killeen Wines Winery...
Stanton and Killeen have been producing celebrated muscat, topaque and vintage fortified styles for well over 100 years. Stanton and Killeen is home to a wide range of fortified varieties including Brown Muscat, Muscadelle, Touriga Nacional, Tinto Cao, Tinta Barroca and Tinta Roriz. They make luscious, high alcohol wines smacking of raisin, treacle and walnut. Full bodied, dry red table wines from Shiraz, Durif, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot are also made in rich and generous, blockbuster styles.
Stanton & Killeen Location & History
Stanton and Killeen lies in the gently rolling countryside of Victoria’s Rutherglen wine region. The estate has a rich tradition of fortified winemaking dating back to 1864 when English migrant, Timothy Lewis Stanton purchased the original farm and vineyard land. By 1875, the Stantons were well established Rutherglen vignerons. Norman Killeen joined the family wine business in 1953 and the Stanton and Killeen partnership was born. Chris Killeen became the sixth generation of Stanton and Killeen winemakers when he took the reins in 1981. The legacy of this pioneering winemaking family has helped shape the landscape of Australian wine.
Stanton & Killeen Wine Styles
Stanton and Killeen are recognised for exceptional Muscat and Topaque styles in the great Rutherglen tradition.
Wine VarietyAll · Cabernet Sauvignon and Blends · Chardonnay and Blends · Dessert Wine · Fortified · Fortified Wine · Merlot and Blends · Other Reds · Other Whites · Riesling and Blends · Rosé · Shiraz and Blends · Sparkling White
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Fortifieds are in the blood for this Rutherglen winery who began making the styles back in 1864. Today they make a much wider range including table...
The bouquet of plums, blackcurrants and black pepper, along with some Durif derived violet hints is an intriguing mix. The palate does not disappoi...
A light fruity table wine which has a fresh floral aroma and a medium dry finish.
This is a really special muscat that uses base stock dating back to the sixties! Only ten vintages have been made since then, and they all make an ...