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Wirra Wirra Vineyards

463 McMurtrie Road, 5171 McLaren Vale
Australia
Telephone +61 8 83238414
Fax +61 8 83238596
info@wirra.com.au

This company is co-exhibitor of
Wine Australia

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ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 9): stand F06

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.06  wines from Oceania
  • 01.06.01  wines from Australia
  • 01.06.01.02  wines from South Australia
  • 01.06.01.02.10  wines from McLaren Vale

Our products

Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2017 Amator Cabernet Sauvignon

Colour
Deep redcurrant with an earthy, ruby rim.

Bouquet
Fresh, primary fruits including redcurrant and plums are lifted with varietal tobacco leaf and choc-mint characters. Earth, spice and cedar add layers and interest and complete the cabernet bouquet.

Palate
A bright and medium bodied wine, showing a ripe core of cassis fruit wreathed in fresh herbs. Appealing, youthful fruit is held together with a backbone of tannin and cedar.

Food Pairing
A seasonal platter of mixed olives, cured meats (sopresa, jamon,) a hard cheese (vintage cheddar, manchego) and sourdough.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2018 Catapult Shiraz

Colour
Bright, medium crimson with ruby edges.

Bouquet
Juicy raspberry, dried thyme, ripe tomatoes and white pepper along with florals and briary notes.

Palate
Bright red and blue fruits along with some leaf, earthy notes, pepper and spice. Extraordinarily plush with supple tannins, there is nevertheless an energy and vibrancy throughout. Despite such generosity of fruit and texture, the wine just manages to remain medium-bodied.

Food Pairing
Lamb shanks with thyme, tomato and balsamic vinegar.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2017 Church Block

Colour
Deep plum with a scarlet edge.

Bouquet
Lifted red and black currants, deeper plums and black cherries, fresh-tilled earth and leaf with some spicy cedar.

Palate
Fresh red and dark fruits provide great flesh and depth to a long, even palate. Grainy tannins and cedary oak add structural support and line to the rich fruit.

Food PairingRoasted lamb rack with vegetable gratin.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2017 Church Block Half Bottle

Colour
Deep plum with a scarlet edge.

Bouquet
Lifted red and black currants, deeper plums and black cherries, fresh-tilled earth and leaf with some spicy cedar.

Palate
Fresh red and dark fruits provide great flesh and depth to a long, even palate. Grainy tannins and cedary oak add structural support and line to the rich fruit.

Food PairingRoasted lamb rack with vegetable gratin.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2019 Mrs Wigley Grenache Rosé

Colour
Delicate pink with sunset highlights.

Bouquet
Raspberry sorbet and orange zest along with musk stick, floral notes and a hint of dried herbs.

Palate
Leads with tempting juicy red fruits - think strawberry compote and ripe, juicy Raspberries. There is a tropical fruit richness, sweet spices and a touch of Turkish Delight. Finishes refreshingly with steely red fruit acidity, as of cranberry juice.

Food PairingVersatile, this wine will accompany a wide range of dishes including bbq chicken, grilled salmon, soft cheeses and charcuterie, to name a few. The perfect summer sip.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2019 Mrs Wigley Moscato

Colour
Rose pink with sunset orange highlights.

Bouquet
Fragrant with musk sticks, Turkish Delight, lychee and ripe jackfruit.

Palate
Juicy with raspberry, cranberry and tropical fruit characters, the natural sweetness combines with a light spritz to give a delightfully creamy texture. The luscious ripe fruit sweetness is balanced with bright acidity to produce a refreshing frizzante style.

Food PairingThai chicken chilli basil.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2018 Original Blend Grenache Shiraz

Colour
Vivid crimson with a deep red hue.

Bouquet
Richly aromatic with black cherries, raspberries, musk stick and floral notes, as well as allspice and aniseed.

Palate
A bright and lively palate of succulent red and blue fruits with spicy notes. Medium bodied, the mouthfeel remains plush and graceful with a fine-grained, savoury finish.

Food PairingSpiced lamb tagine.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2016 RSW Shiraz

Colour
Deep plum with a crimson rim.

Bouquet
Deep and rich with blueberries, blackberries, dark plums and bitter chocolate. Lifted and aromatic with violet, cedar and star anise.

Palate
The dense, rich core of black plums, sweet, ripe blueberries and dark forest fruits is infused with the polished cedar of French oak. Fruit and oak tannin knit together stylishly, building the savoury and structural dimensions on the palate. Deep and layered, a balanced display of power and style achieved by older, low-yielding Shiraz vines from McLaren Vale.

Food PairingDry aged beef rib cooked over charcoal, served with onion jam and porcini butter.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2018 Scrubby Rise Shiraz

Colour
Bright crimson with a fuchsia rim.

Bouquet
Blackberry, plum and raspberry alongside black pepper and a hint of biscuity oak.

Palate
Ripe red fruits combine with plush tannins for an exceptionally approachable texture and a rich, mouth-filling quality.

Food PairingSpaghetti meatballs in a tomato and basil sauce, served with parmesan.

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Product category: wines from McLaren Vale

2018 The Absconder Grenache

Colour
Brilliant crimson.

Bouquet
Heady and exotic, the wine is redolent with raspberry and red licorice as well as rose water and an array of spices: star anise, cinnamon and nutmeg with hints of galangal and black pepper. There is also a whiff of thyme and leather.

Palate
Luscious red fruits give a succulent quality to the texture. The palate is generously fleshy with a line of fine, sandy tannins running its length. Darker fruits, florals and spices are very expressive and persistent at the finish.

Food PairingSpiced slow roast duck.

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About us

Company details

Every day the Wirra Wirra tribe pass by a large slate installation as they enter the winery. On it is inscribed Greg Trott’s philosophy on life, which is the mantra that we aspire to as we go about our daily tasks.


Perched atop our winery in a modest belltower sits a 3/4 tonne bell that we ring either on occasion or randomly; we like to hurl watermelons from a giant medieval siege machine erected on our lawns, securing our grounds is a boundary fence known as ‘Woodhenge’ made from massive threaded redgum trunks; and a man in a bowler hat and suit ‘lives’ in a red row boat in our vineyards.

We celebrate our successes with gusto (and champagne on hand) and if we have no success to celebrate we can always find another reason.

We’re serious about the wine we make, the wines we drink and the biodynamic vines we grow but we believe that everything else should be fun…

We are the Wirra Wirra Tribe.

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