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  • The Petit Verdot tiny berries made a full bodied, rich and concentrated wine. It has earthy all spice, bright cherry and cocoa characters with soft, full rounded tannins. This is a young wine which only just opening up now.  A bottle or two can certainly be enjoyed now, but cellaring for a few years will reward those with willpower.      
  • Our 2015 vintage Red Art Shiraz is a fabulous example of the fruit expression our vineyard delivers.  It is a young wine that is delicious now, but will definitely continue to develop in the bottle for many, many years to come, so a great one to pop away in the cellar. This is what the UK's most influential wine writer, Matthew Jukes, has to say about it:

    "Taken from three blocks, roughly half their 5-acre vineyard. There is 10% whole bunch used in this wine and it sees a brief two weeks on skins.  French oak is used and it is mainly old, with only one new barrel employed in this vintage.  Once again, this is a wine with stunning purity and thrilling balance.  Complexity, calm and control are the mantras here and you will adore these wines if you are in a mellow, unhurried mood." 18.5/20

    Gold Medal - Barossa Wine Show 2017
  • AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME Rojomoma triumphs over big names of Australian wine to win the prestigious Red Wine of Provenance Trophy at the 2017 Australian National Wine Show in Canberra, with their Red Art Shiraz. The trophy is awarded to outstanding Australian wines that have shown a consistency of style and quality over many years. It celebrates wines with a sense of place and an ability to age and improve in bottle. Three vintages of the same wine, with the same label, spread across at least ten years are judged as a group. The winning wine was the Red Art Single Vineyard Shiraz from the 2016, 2010 and 2006 vintages. The National Wine Show of Australia is a competition for the best of the best as only wines that have received a medal at a qualifying Australian wine show can be entered. Winning the coveted Wine of Provenance trophy is a huge achievement for any winery as it is the only award which judges three wines together, not just one individual wine. To commemorate this fabulous achievement we now have the limited edition The Red Wine of Provenance Timber Box Set. The beautiful, engraved and hinged timber triple bottle box contains one of each of the winning vintages...Red Art Shiraz 2016, 2010 & 2006. This is a wonderful commemorative pack for you to keep, or give a gift to someone special.
  • A full bodied wine with dark cocoa, black pepper, plum, ground coffee, blackberry and ripe cherry characters. The sweet dark fruits are balanced by gentle powdery tannins.  Medium term bottle age is now revealing greater complexity and smoothness.  Fabulous to enjoy now and will also cellar until 2028 or so. 5% whole bunch, 8 days on skins, French Oak (10%new) for 12 months 92 Points James Halliday
  • OLD VINE GRENACHE Full of life and elegance, the Grenache 2016 expresses beautiful raspberry, rose hip and bright red berry flavours, balance by an enduring savoury line,  and some earthy spice. With only old oak used for a 10 month maturation this highly fragrant wine tells the full story of a delicious Barossa old bush vine dry grown Grenache. Vines planted in 1886. This is what the UK's most influential wine writer, Matthew Jukes, had say:

    "Made with 20% whole bunch and old oak, this beauty has a sensational nose.  The pale colour is so enticing and it stands with one foot in the ancient camp and one in the modern.  Silky and light but also chalky and clean, this is a red cherry fruited wine with immense charm and drinkability.  It is a classic example of a superb, balanced and effortlessly enjoyable Grenache."  18/20

    94 points The Wine Front
  • A delicious medium bodied wine with fine tannins. A savoury, earthy wine delicately balanced by cherry and red berry flavours.
  • This wine displays the delicious full range of Cabernet Sauvignon characters with rich dark cocoa, blackberry, black currant and cherry flavours with round, powdery tannin. This is what the UK's most influential wine writer, Matthew Jukes, had to say:

    "Very calm and also very red-fruited for a Cabernet, this is a silky-smooth wine with a terrific texture.  There are racy, herb and leaf notes which lengthen the palate and add detail to the nose, too.  A gentle wine with a mild-mannered character it is clear to see that these wines are made in the most Zen-like of atmospheres and this makes the wines so even and controlled on the palate." 18/20

    93 points James Halliday Wine Companion Silver Medal, Barossa Wine Show 2017  
  • Our flagship wine Raj’s Pick is a made from the best hand selected parcels of grapes. Named after our son Raj, it is only made in vintages that produce fruit suitable for Raj’s Pick. Concentrated pressings have added great richness and dense tannins to the wine. This is delicately balanced with beautiful French oak. If you have the willpower, it can be cellared for many years to come. Only 30 cases made!
  • The Petit Verdot tiny berries made a full bodied, vibrant wine. Medium term cellaring has revealed a complex earthiness with lifted spice and a great softening of the tannins.  Very enjoyable now and will also continue to mature gracefully for many years to come. Silver Medal Alternative Varieties Wine Show 2013
  • Chiaro (key-ah-row) is the bright, lively, modern wine in our range. This 2016 vintage is made from Tempranillo (86%) and Grenache (14%).  Sam and Bernie handpicked the Tempranillo on four different days earlier in the season, with 20% whole bunch in the ferments. Inspired by a traditional process, we made a small batch by drying lower ripeness bunches on racks for two weeks, before crushing and fermenting. The Tempranillo has a complex range of bright berry characters together with some richer flavours from the dried batch. The Grenache adds more perfumed characters and a hint of rose petal. To preserve its beautiful freshness this wine is unoaked, bottled early and ready to drink now. We have taken the word Chiaro from the Italian art term 'chiaroscuro' which describes the use of light and shade. 'Chiaro' is light, and 'scuro' is dark.
  • Made from hand picked Shiraz this Rose is fermented dry to make a clean and crisp wine. Strawberry and raspberry characters are balanced with savoury elements and a refreshing dry finish. Enjoy well chilled!