Great Southern Vines

Great Southern Vines is an Australian exporter of premium and award winning wines through our association with Australian premium wine makers.

 

Vineyards and winemaking facilities are located in the world famous Barossa Valley, and is also where our Old Vine Shiraz wines come from. We also process grapes from vineyards in other winegrowing regions which produce excellent quality and unique varietal styles including Shiraz from Great Western, Riesling from Eden Valley, and Cabernet Sauvignon from Coonawarra.

Our strong growth and
international success has come from:

l  Winery 5
Red Star rating by James Halliday

l  The wine
knowledge of our 5th generation winemaker and wine judge, Hamish Seabrook

l  Premium
Australian wine with heritage and history

 

l  Flexibility
and cooperation to create a wine
style and look for your
local market

1Shiraz 2017

Great Southern Vines produces exceptional quality wines from grapes grown in the remote and beautiful regions of Australia.

This wine displays bright fruit flavours of blueberries, blackcurrants and black cherries which are typical characteristics of this modern Shiraz wine.

 

Secondary flavours of milk or dark chocolate lend themselves well this this full-bodies texture wine, often accented by pepper and spicy inflections.

2Merlot 2017

Great Southern Vines
produces exceptional quality wines from grapes grown in the remote and
beautiful regions of Australia.

This wine displays
bright lifted aromas, with red fruit flavours, easy tannins and a soft finish
which are classic characteristics of Merlot wine.

 

It will pair well with
chicken and other light meats as well as lightly spiced dark meats.

3Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Great Southern Vines produces exceptional quality wines from grapes grown in the remote and beautiful regions of Australia.

 

A full-bodied red wine with dark fruit flavours and savoury tastes from black pepper to bell pepper. The aroma is predominantly blackcurrant and peppery, but variations include touches of redcurrant, plum or even blackberry and, sometimes, a hint of mint.