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Bleasdale Sparkling Shiraz

The rich flavoursome Shiraz produced by Bleasdale at their Langhorne Creek vineyard is ideally suited to the sparkling style. Serve well chilled with the Christmas turkey and cranberry sauce.

Bleasdale Bremerview Shiraz

The warm soft reds of the historic Bleasdale winery epitomise the popular Langhorne Creek style. This Shiraz has generous berry flavours with a touch of mint, spice and earth.

Bleasdale Vineyards Generations Malbec

This wine is dark purple with intense aromas of violets, blackberries, plums and clove spice. Drinking well now, but with the potential to be a long term cellaring prospect if desired. Lightly fined and racked before bottling without filtration, it is normal for some sediment to form. Decanting one hour before drinking is recommended. Bleasdale is not only one of the oldest wineries in the Langhorne Creek region, but one of the oldest in Australia. Frank Potts, who founded Bleasdale in 1850, has a fascinating history. Born with sea legs, he joined the British Royal Navy at 9 years old and served on Lord Nelsons famous ship HMS Victory. He sailed around the world before landing in South Australia in 1836. He planted the first vines in 1858 and sold fruit to Thomas Hardy. He then expanded the vineyards in the 1860s. He was an innovator and a pioneer who played his role in establishing Australias wine industry. The Potts family still own Bleasdale and descendants Michael and Ben Potts handle the winemaking duties, along with Paul Hotker. They make wines from fruit grown on their 61 hectares of vineyards from varietals like Verdelho, Shiraz and Malbec in sparkling, table and fortified styles. Each parcel of fruit is carefully selected to produce a range of wines that can be enjoyed immediately, or cellared for that special occasion.

Bleasdale Vineyards Grenache

A bright cheery red, the perfume is inviting with raspberry and cherry fruits along with cardamom and five spice. The palate is juicy and fresh, with fine sinewy tannin and a chalky dry finish. Vegan friendly. Best served 15 - 16ºC Enjoy with friends over an eggplant hot pot or a dumpling feast

Bleasdale Adelaide Hills Chardonnay

Attractive stone fruit and citrus aromas with complexity from maturation on fermentation lees. The palate is fine and long with persistent flavour supported by oak structure and length. Will drink well over the next 5 years.

Bleasdale Malbec

Here's a reason to indulge in the toasty oak blend of Bleasdale Malbec: Paul Hotker, the current senior winemaker, was named 2018 Winemaker of the Year by James Halliday. With incredible experience spanning across multiple wine regions and vineyards, Paul continues to create quality, award-winning wine. This wine shows vibrant primary fruit flavours of plums, red berries and spices. Finishing soft and round with velvety smooth tannins.

Bleasdale Mulberry Tree Cabernet Sauvignon

Varietal aromas of mint and cassis are well matched with subtle vanillin oak on the nose. The palate is supple and smooth the blackcurrant flavours framed by fine ripe tannins. Try it with roast lamb.

Bleasdale Blanc de Blanc Non-Vintage

Bleasdale Second Innings Malbec

Malbec is renowned for its value in blends but not often found as a varietal. This fine example from Bleasdale is considered a benchmark for the style. Soft, smooth, toasty oak with great depth of complexity.

Bleasdale Vineyards Frank Potts Cabernet Blend