The Chook, the Australian term for chicken, represents wines that bring people together. Careful vineyard selection teamed with exceptional winemaking and an emphasis on consistent varietal expression hatches wines with approachability generosity and character that really are something to cluck about.
Fruit for these wines come from premium grape growing regions in South Australia, including McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek, and Padthaway. The region overall boasts an ideal climate for vine cultivation, with plenty of sunshine in the summer months and mild winters with a good amount of rainfall. Langhorne Creek is one of the oldest wine growing regions in Australia, with first vine plantings dating back to the 1850s.Learn More
2015 Shiraz-Viognier, South Australia - 20.99
Full-bodied and rich, this wine is made complex by the femininity of its perfumed nose, concentrated color and a sweet and juicy palate.
89 Points, Wine AdvocatePurchase
Sparkling Shiraz, South Australia - 21.99
This non vintage wine sparkles to the tune of a well-balanced blend. The result being a rich, luscious Sparkling Shiraz that is well balanced and pairs well with food.
90 points, James SucklingPurchase
2016 Pinot Grigio, Adelaide Hills - 17.99
Lifted floral notes with nashi pear, crisp apple and sweet spice, the palate is loaded with flavor, texture and a delicious acid crunch. This is a delicate and flavorful style of wine and is beautifully suited to any occasion.
91 Points, Wine OrbitPurchase