Kaesler Wines is bona fide Barossa Valley experience.Make Kaesler Wines and Vineyard part of your personalized Nuriootpa itinerary using our Nuriootpa trip site .
The Kaesler vineyards were established in 1893 by the Kaesler family who came to the Barossa Valley in the 1840's and who took up the 60-acre allotment in 1891. They planted the entire holding with Shiraz, Grenache, Mataro (Mourvedre), Riesling and Semillon. Generations of the Kaesler family worked the farm until 1986 when it was sold and left the Kaesler family.
Following a world wide search for a property to produce the best possible grapes for red wine, winemaker Reid Bosward and his co-owners, a group of international wine lovers, searched areas such as USA, France, New Zealand and other parts of Australia before deciding to buy in the Barossa Valley.
Today Reid and his partners are the third owners of the Kaesler vineyard and the original buildings. in 2001 they acquired the neighbouring vineyard, 28.5 acres to complete the original vineyard holding established by the Kaesler Family. This included the original 3.7 acres of 1893 Shiraz.
Now having access to premium old vine material, Reid set out to produce bold estate wines representative of the Barossa Valley. The intensity of the old vine Shiraz inspired Reid to produce a special premium batch, the “Old Bastard.” Classified as “Outstanding” by Langtons with its rich and intense fruit style, the Old Bastard Shiraz paved the way for Kaesler. A string of highly celebrated wines followed suit, the generous Stonehorse range and premium Old Vine Shiraz, “The Bogan” and Alte Reben wines to name a few.
A 5 star James Halliday rated winery, Reid and winemaker Stephen Dew, with their distinct style and modest winemaking techniques, consistently produce wines rated over 90 points by industry peers and publications.
Adding to our growing family, Reid and his partners acquired vineyards in the prominent wine regions of the Clare Valley and McLaren Vale, establishing the Clare Wine Co. and Nashwauk brands.
Applying the same winemaking techniques and philosophies as their Barossa Valley wines, they created a signature style that emanates across the all their regional brands.
Kaesler is located in the heart of the Barossa Valley on the Barossa Valley Way, 1 km south of Nuriootpa. The cellar door is open 7 days a week from 11am to 5pm. The property has plenty of room to explore 60 ha of vineyards and beautiful gardens.
Situated on the Kaesler Vineyard and Winery property, adjacent to the Kaesler Cellar Door, the Kaesler Cottages are comprised of three separate cottages, each with spa bath ensuites and private entrances.
Two of the Kaesler Cottages are single rooms with a queen bed, small sitting area and spa bath ensuite and outdoor porch seating overlooking the grounds.
The last cottage, known as the Cottage Suite, is a larger space with the added bonus of a separate lounge room.
Kaesler Cottages are centrally located in Nuriootpa, ideal for romantic getaways, a place to stay whilst exploring the Barossa Valley, small wine tasting groups or simply a great weekend stay in a beautiful winery setting.
To check availability, rates and to book visit our website here http://kaesler.com.au/kaesler-cottages/
Old Vine Vineyard Tour: More than 70% of the red wines produced by Kaesler are made from vines more than 50 years old. These rare and valuable Old Vines, including some planted as far back as 1893, are the backbone of our bold and intense Barossa wines.
Enjoy a guided walking tour of our old vine vineyards including the gnarled vines of the 1893 Old Bastard Vineyard, followed by a wine tasting in Kaesler Cellar Door of the wines produced from these old vines – $40 per person. Available 11.30am every day.
Bookings essential http://kaesler.com.au/old-vine-vineyard-tour/
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Kaesler Wines and Vineyard Reviews
Very good tasting experience. Friendly staff taking us over lots of different wines. Cheese was complimentary which goes really well with the wines. Definitely a stop to do. more »
The wine tasting was good. Only paid for the tasting if you didnt buy anything. The wine was quite nice and we did buy a couple of bottles. There was a good choice of dry and sweet red or white more »
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