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No history of the Barossa Valley or the Australian wine industry is complete without the mention of Saltram. Established in 1859 by William Salter & Sons, Saltram wines have a proud history of more than 160 years of quality winemaking, innovation and a commitment to the Barossa region. An immigrant from England, William Salter was one of the first people to purchase land in the newly opened land survey known as the Barossa Valley. He then built a stone house for his family, naming it ‘Mamre Brook’ which still stands today at Saltram.
Saltram wines have long been known for their richness, intensity and character: this wine delivers on these attributes while reflecting and paying tribute to their origins. Brimming with notes of fresh blackcurrants, dark chocolate, mulberries and spice, this is a medium to full-bodied wine with complex, powdery tannins, a seamless structure and a lingering mouthfeel.
Complex layered wine, brimming with notes of fresh black currants, and dark chocolate. Undertones of mulberries, dried spices, and tobacco leaf.
Medium to full bodied, the palate is richly layered with complex powdery tannins. Concentrated flavours of dark forest berries, and bramble enhance the seamless structure and lingering mouthfeel enhanced by integrated oak maturation.
Just one hour’s drive from South Australia’s capital, Adelaide, lies its gourmet capital (and wine Mecca), Barossa. One of the country’s most beautiful and historic wine regions, Barossa is a magnet for lovers of fine food and wine. Its classic Mediterranean climate, and free-draining red brown soils, makes the region ideal for growing grapes. Barossa produces excellent Shiraz, Cabernet, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Riesling and Semillon.