Since the release of its first wine - a 1998 Shiraz, Brothers in Arms has pursued a simple philosophy - only produce wines that are true to the Langhorne Creek region of South Australia and true to the Estate.
Family owned for 5 generations and home to Australia''s OLDEST RECORDED CABERNET SAUVIGNON vineyard (1891) Brothers in Arms has 42 blocks with the average age of its vines being 45 years.
This is red wine country, and Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon are the champion varieties of this region.
Brothers in Arms employs traditional, minimal intervention winemaking practices to produce super-premium, interesting red wines.
Australia: South Australia
Brothers in Arms, Brothers in Arms No.6, Formby's Run
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