Over the last few months, it’s been bustling in the Barossa Valley - old Bedford trucks coming and going, delivering tonnes of juicy Barossa grapes. Our winemakers and viticulturist have been working tirelessly along with the help of our entire Peter Lehmann Wines vintage staff to ensure a safe, happy and abundant harvest season. And as quick as it seemed to arrive, it reached completion. Read the full report from our winemaking and viticulture team below.
Barossa Valley wines aren’t the only delicacy our beautiful region has up its sleeve. It’s also home to The Barossa Valley Chocolate Company. Made with cacao sourced from the Daintree and beyond, their delicious high-quality range of chocolates are a crowd pleaser at our Barossa Valley winery every Easter.
As Cupid’s day of love falls on a Sunday this year, why not include in a day of delicious produce and fine wine. We’ve curated a romantic menu of decadent food and wine pairings to share with your perfect partner throughout the day.
Since its launch in 2010, International Grenache Day has been held on the third Friday of September every year (this year, 18th September). More commonly known as the G in GSM, its role is no longer just as a supporting act in a blend; today Grenache shines bright as a single-variety.
We’re pleased to announce that we are reopening our Peter Lehmann Wines Cellar Door for tastings and wine sales from Tuesday 1st September 2020 by appointment only. We advise you to book early as spaces will be limited due to reduced numbers allowed in the Cellar Door at any one time.