Kaesler

Kaesler

Kaesler Vineyards’ origins lie with Silesian immigrants to the Barossa Valley in the 1840s. By 1891 the Kaesler family estate covered 96 acres of Shiraz, Mourvedre, Grenache and white Hermitage varietal vines, grown originally for fortified wines. 

Despite the often pressing need to diversify into more lucrative fruit production, trends for white varieties over red and the government-sponsored vine pulls of the 1980s, the century-old vines have survived, even if the land was split between the Kaesler descendants. A consortium led by winemaker Reid Bosward began piecing the estate together again from 1999 with the intention of building a boutique winery making quality wines from this intense fruit.

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  1. Kaesler Stonehorse Shiraz, Barossa
    Kaesler Stonehorse Shiraz, Barossa Valley 2015
    Syrah/Shiraz 14.5% Vol
    Australia > South Australia
    Delicious plum and blackberry fruit with fine tannins and crisp acidity for drinking when young....
    £19.95 per bottle
  2. Kaesler Stonehorse GSM, Barossa
    Kaesler Stonehorse GS (Grenache/Shiraz), Barossa Valley 2013
    Grenache 15.0% Vol
    Australia > South Australia
    Endowed with impressive plum and blackberry flavours, with ageing in older oak barrels adding...
    £16.20 per bottle
  3. Kaesler Cabernet Sauv, Barossa
    Kaesler Cabernet Sauvignon, Barossa Valley 2013
    Cabernet Sauvignon 14.5% Vol
    Australia > South Australia
    Rich and appealing, this Cabernet is full of ripe plummy fruit with more subtle hints of olive leaf...
    £22.00 per bottle
  4. Kaesler Alte Reben Shiraz, Barossa 2012
    Kaesler Alte Reben Shiraz, Barossa Valley 2012
    Syrah/Shiraz 14.0% Vol
    Australia > South Australia
    From a 9 acre vineyard planted in 1899, this is seriously concentrated stuff. Full of ripe...
    £69.00 per bottle

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