The Laird Torbreck


This vineyard is perfect in every way. It is South East facing, completely dry grown, meticulously hand tended, farmed by a grower with a lifetime’s experience, on typical Western Barossa soil – brown loam over red clay over limestone – and planted with one of the original Barossa clones. However, this vineyard also has an “X factor” which gives the wine an extra something that cannot be fully explained. The resulting small, concentrated berries produced consistently on the property make it the envy of all the winemakers in the valley.

Every now and then, in life and in wine, we are presented with unique opportunities to express ourselves and create something truly remarkable.

…drop dead seductive, unfurling in the mouth to reveal exotic spice, meat, earth and berry preserves layers

– Robert Parker

The fruit is impressive, the oak luxurious, the texture velvety

– Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate

an outstanding vintage in the inky, glass-staining, super-concentrated style, loaded with mocha, coffee and chocolate aromas. It’s at least a 20-year wine.

– Huon Hooke, The Real Review. 

…all the different flavours packed into this dark purple wine (heaps of them: brown spice, damp earth, wild blackberry fruit, savoury oak) are circling around each other in the mouth, waiting to knit together…

– Max Allen, Financial Review, June 2018

Vintage / Variety 2013 Shiraz
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