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.
Grenache is the third most widely planted red variety in the Barossa Valley after Shiraz and Cabernet and is one of the most widely planted red wine grape in the world. It has been grown in the Barossa since the mid-1800s where the variety was traditionally used to make fortified ‘port’ wine. When fortified wines […]
The 2020 Greenock Shiraz is one of our best ever. Period! It possibly sounds like an arrogant statement, but as I (Troy) write this, I honestly believe this is one of the greatest wines to come from our Kalleske winery in the 20 vintages we’ve been making wine. The Greenock Shiraz along with our Old […]
Being part of a ground breaking regional project such as the Barossa Cellar and the Barossa Cellar Vineyard is a humbling experience. The Barossa Cellar Vineyard brings together the Barossa’s most prestigious vineyards from some of the oldest and most world-renowned plantings. The focus of the Barossa Cellar Vineyard is of course Shiraz, the signature […]
6 Murray St
P: 08 8563 4000
Open 10am – 5pm
7 days a week.
As part of our half day wine tour we visited Kalleske Wines tasting room in Murray Street Greenock. It’s a lovely modern tasting room with plenty of style.
We had... read more
This is a lovely little cellar door. We dropped in late so we couldn't try the cheese platter with our wines. But we love the wines especially the fortified shiraz.... read more
We visited Kalleske Wines on an unplanned trip Saturday drive and was well worth the visit. Great wines and an amazing out door area with lush grass to relaxing on.... read more
We came to the Barossa looking for small, family-owned concerns that produce good wine. Kalleske didn’t disappoint. Of the eight cellar doors over the last two days, this has been... read more
Absolutely fantastic, and Kalleske you have a gem in Alex.
Covid has been an interesting year but the method of tasting at Kalleske, I hope for one, may continue. Alex... read more
With so many options in the Barossa, Kalleske hadn't been on our radar (admittedly we hadn't heard of them) until it was recommended to us as a locally owned winery.... read more
We really enjoyed the first two wines on the list, but left in disgust as we couldn't get served any further while we watched other couples being repeatedly served in... read more
This one of the nicest cellar doors in the Barossa. Sarah did a fantastic job looking after us and several others tasting at the same time. We stayed on after... read more