Barossa Valley, SA
In 1838 two ships are sailing bound for Australia, aboard the Zebra is Samuel Johann Nietschke and on the Prince George is Johann Georg Kalleske. They are both pioneering grape growing families who make the Barossa their new home. Now step forward 130 years in time to 1968 and these two families join when John Kalleske marries Lorraine Nietschke. Their sons Tony, Kym and Troy run the vineyard and the more recently established winery. However it was Lorraine’s forebears who originally made wine well before the current Kalleske boys decided to try their hand.
The Nietschke family established a winery on the banks of the Jacob’s Creek soon after they planted wines in the 1840’s. To honour Lorraine’s lineage and the inspiration they have bestowed, this wine proudly bears the Nietschke name. After a long day in the vineyard, we are sure that Great Grandfather Julius would enjoy this classic Barossa Shiraz. A rich, full-bodied wine with ripe dark fruit flavours, complex oak characteristics and a long finish that whilst drinks well upon release will cellar gracefully for those with patience.
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