Wirra Wirra McLaren Vale Australia www.wirrawirra.com

Wirra Wirra was originally established in 1894 by South Australian eccentric cricketer, Robert Strangways Wigley. The winery prospered and produced many wines including a much acclaimed Shiraz until his death in 1925. Eventually, the winery ran into disrepair and was eventually abandoned. In 1969, under the watchful eye of the late Greg Trott and his first cousin Roger, the winery was rebuilt from the remnants of the original two walls and some slate fermenting tanks. In 2012, Wirra Wirra celebrated 40 years of Church Block – an Australian favourite!

“Never give misery an even break, nor bad wine a second sip. You must be serious about quality, dedicated to your task in life, especially winemaking, but this should all be fun.” -Greg Trott

Wirra Wirra R.S.W. Shiraz has been included at the Excellent level of the Langton’s Classification. Langton’s Classification is a ‘form guide’ of Australia’s best performing and most prized wines, and is arguably the most famous and widely respected wine classification outside Europe.

James Halliday 5 Red Star Winery

Mrs Wigley Moscato

Scrubby Rise Sauvignon Blend (Adelaide)

The Lost Watch Adelaide Hills Riesling

The 12th Man Adelaide Hills Chardonnay

Scrubby Rise Shiraz Blend (Adelaide)

Church Block (Cabernet/ Shiraz/ Merlot)

Catapult Shiraz

Woodhenge McLaren Vale Shiraz

R.S.W Shiraz

Dead Ringer (Cabernet Sauvignon)

Chook Block Shiraz

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