Winery partner: Mr Peter Thompson
The winery was named by James Halliday as a five-star winery with 160,000 square meters of vineyard land. Located in the Wilyabrup sub region of Margaret River.
Margaret River is a town in the South West of Western Australia, located in the valley of the eponymous Margaret River, 277 kilometres, south of Perth.
The surrounding area, known as the Margaret River Wine Region, is especially renowned for its wine production.
Surrounded by the sea, the unique geographical environment endue with a charming Mediterranean climate offers an excellent climatic condition for grapes. Thus, it is highly regarded as one of the best areas for grape production.
Margaret river: Thompson Estate
Vineyard of the Greenock in Barossa has been owned by the Kalleske family since 1855, with 1,200,000 square meters of vineyard. The winery was named by James Halliday as a five-star winery.
Barossa Valley is a historical place in South Australia, Adelaide. It is a major wine-producing region that has spawned various well-known Australian wineries.
To avoid the hot continental climate, the vineyards are situated in higher elevations. The cool sea breeze from the bay area not only helps to extend the grapes maturity, but the fertile red clay is also extremely suitable for planting and producing red wine.
Stepping into its 5th generation of grape farming, our winery partner in Barossa is proudly recognised as the best Shiraz area in Australia.
Barossa Valley: Laughing Jack
Anvers grapes are sourced from low-yielding vineyards in the world-renowned regions of Adelaide Hills and Langhorne Creek. Anvers Estate Vineyard and Cellar Door is nestled near Kangarilla in the Adelaide Hills where 16 hectares is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Viognier.
Grapes sourced from these regions lead to the creation of wines displaying fruit flavours with a tantalising elegance and softness. These qualities have become the hallmarks of Anvers Wines.
Home to a number of Australia’s most elegant cool climate wines, The Adelaide Hills has a strong domestic, international reputation in its own right. Its lowest elevation is 400 metres above sea level and at its highest altitude, 600 metres.
With wine that channels great finesse and varietal intensity, its world-class winemakers in the high country religiously source for ultra-premium fruit parcels. Grapes from this region are known to produce wine with an absolutely tantalising fruity flavour, tinged with a hint of subtle elegance.
Adelaide Hill: Anvers
Maison Riviere was a wine merchant and producer from Saint Emilion who created Bordeaux K. Motivated by a sole goal; he aspired to satisfy the highest expectations of wine connoisseurs.
The exceptional soil used to plant the crops supplies the grapes with a naturally, delicate aroma likened to ripe fruits. As a specialist of the Grands Crus Classes of Bordeaux since 1875, we also offer the best and most prestigious wine consisting from entry level to highly