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The Key to amazing wine. The great Northern Barossa Valley and Old Vineyards.

Montepulciano Vineyard Barossa Valley

Ancient Terroir and Great Red Dirt. 

South Australia’s Barossa Valley, an hour’s drive north of Adelaide, is one of Australia’s hero wine regions and is a treasure trove of old vineyards the likes of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world.

The home to some of the country’s legendary vineyards, wines and wineries the Barossa was first planted in the 1840s. The old vines, the Mediterranean climate and ancient soils of the Barossa combine to offer the ideal terroir in which to grow grapes of the highest quality. Shiraz, Mataro and Grenache thrive in this wonderful environment.

The Barossa is a complex region with marked differences between different vineyards. Soil, rainfall and temperature vary from site to site giving us a variety of
wine styles. Thanks to previous generations of Kalleskes we are the lucky custodians of vineyards in many of the best Barossa sub-regions including Ebenezer, Koonunga and the Barossa Valley Floor. Many wineries have vineyards in one or other of these sub-regions, few are fortunate enough to have vineyards so widely spread.
Atze’s Corner is proud to be an accredited Freshcare grower. We respect the environment and work to enhance it through all of our vineyard practices. We think of ourselves as caretakers of the vineyard so that for generations to come the soils and vines will yield the best the Barossa can give.

Atze's Corner Wines (SA) Pty Ltd ABN 79116973025 endorses that wine is consumed responsibly and in moderation. Alcohol cannot be sold, passed on or supplied to persons under the age of 18, Atze's Corner Wines, Direct Sales license No. 51402483 and Producers licence no. 50820387,Lot 2 Section 134 Research Rd, Nuriootpa, SA, 5355, is subject to laws of the liquor licensing Act 1997. Wine will not under any circumstances be left at an unattended premises and the delivery of the wine must be signed for by a person over the age of 18. Location 387 Research Road, Nuriootpa, South Australia.