St Hallett is dedicated to translating the tapestry of soils and meso-climates of the Barossa wine region in each of its wines. In 2004, it was named ‘Winery of the Year’ by international publication Wine & Spirits.
The winery’s rich resource of old vines and long-term relationships with Barossa growers – St Hallett utilises up to a total of 700 hectares of vines – provides the winemaking team with a diversity of fruit, allowing them to constantly evolve and adapt techniques for each vintage and each parcel.
This intimate approach to each individual parcel is best exemplified in St Hallett’s commitment to Barossa Shiraz. The team selects and keeps separate over 200 different parcels of Shiraz each vintage, ensuring meticulous tailoring of fermentation and maturation for each individual parcel.
Focus coupled with exploration is the common thread that runs through each St Hallett expression of Barossa wine.