2016 Grenache - an iconic wine.

"Predominantly from 100+-yo vines on the home vineyard. Here the cherries are red, the raspberries dark, and fine tannins run throughout the palate. It is an iconic wine, and while the yields are less than those from younger vines, the quality is markedly consistent from year to year, with none of the confection that is common in the Barossa Valley. This is a grandstand bargain, winner of the Jimmy Watson Trophy '17. 96 points." James Halliday

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20/12/2017
James Halliday Halliday Wine Companion

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2015 Turkey Flat Shiraz - one of the greatest yet

"From a backbone of some of the oldest Shiraz vines in the world, planted in 1847 on Bethany Road, this is one of the greatest Turkey Flat releases yet. Mark Bulman has taken this estate to new heights and this wine is the barometer. It's deep in colour yet vibrant, loaded with dense black fruits and black pepper, framed in finely structured yet commanding tannins. Patience. 95 points." Tyson Stelzer The Barossa Mag - Summer 2017/18

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19/12/2017
Tyson Stelzer The Barossa Mag

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Turkey Flat location images

Blog full 1847 turkey flat shiraz landscape copy

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15/12/2017

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12 months in the life of Turkey Flat

Come with us  behind the scenes into life at Turkey Flat Vineyards - the fun, food & wine from vintage, through autumn, winter, pruning, bottling and finally to spring and the promise of another exceptional harvest. 12 months in the life of Turkey Flat Vineyards from Turkey Flat Vineyards on Vimeo.

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14/12/2017

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Hot weather policy

Summer is here! Unfortunately while sitting outside in the sunshine is a wonderful part of summer for us, wine does not feel the same way. In the interests of protecting your wine orders we do not ship on days of 32ºC or over.

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11/12/2017

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