Altus Rise Wines, Margaret River
Situated in the rugged Yallingup district of Margaret River in Western Australia, the vineyards of Altus Rise are some of the closest plantings to the ocean, anywhere. This proximity to the moderating influence of the Indian Ocean imparts notable freshness, lift and aromatic power to their wines.
Omrah Wines, Great Southern
Named for a passenger ship that ran from the UK to Great Southern in the early 1900s, Omrah encapsulates the sense of adventure that inspired those who made that long, challenging trek. Along with their expressive, innovative takes on many Australian favourites, they also produce a Tempranillo wine.
Coriole Vineyards, McLaren Vale
Founded in 1967, Coriole is a testament to both the history and diversity of Australian wine. They control 25 vineyards, including Shiraz plantings dating to 1919. In addition to Cabernet, Grenache and Mourvèdre, they’ve been working with Italian varieties such as Sangiovese, Nero d’Avola, Barbera, Montepulciano, Chenin and Fiano since 1985.