Certified Organic Wine Business of the Year
Certified Organic Alcoholic Beverage of the Year
Kalleske Johann Georg Shiraz
The Kalleske vineyard has been certified
since 1998 and is the oldest certified
organic and biodynamic vineyard
and winery in the Barossa Valley.
Old vines in Australia date back as far as the 1840s and in the famous Barossa Valley wine region, the Kalleske family has been growing grapes for seven generations. In 1875, they planted a vineyard that’s still thriving today, making it one of the oldest in Australia. Award-winning winemaker Troy Kalleske crafts a dedicated range […]
To say that we love this time of year is an understatement! Vintage is more than halfway through, the weather is perfect and it also marks the time that we begin to bottle and release many of our new vintage wines. What is even more exciting is when we have been sold out of these […]
Kalleske is the oldest certified organic and biodynamic vineyard, farm and winery in the Barossa, having now been certified for a quarter-of-a-century. As well as organic and biodynamic, all farming practices are sustainable and regenerative. Regenerative agriculture has been around for some time but only more recently the term has come to the fore. The […]
6 Murray St
P: 08 8563 4000
Open 10am – 5pm
7 days a week.
Had a couple of days in the Barossa and this was our first stop.
Loved it so much, I could have happily not visited anywhere else. You get a... read more
December 30, 2020
We very much enjoyed our visit - took the recommendation from Tripadvisor. Very knowledgeable and enjoyed our delicious mixed platter with the delicious chilled Rose. With so many wineries in... read more
April 9, 2019
A excellent wine tasting with platter hosted with skill & attention by Sarah. Wide selection of wines & generous tastings. Lovely venue but a bit noisy with a inconsiderate group... read more
October 13, 2021
The lady who served us was excellent as was the wine. We tasted about 10 wines and while one was not to my taste the rest were great (although... read more
May 8, 2019