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View details Annies Lane Shiraz 2016
$ 15.99 Annies Lane Shiraz 2016
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Shiraz / Clare Valley / SouthAustralia
The ancient Quelltaler property has endured a multitude of trials and tribulations throughout a century and a half of viticulture. Since the relaunch of Quelltaler as Annie's Lane, there has been nothing but universal praise for what is now considered to be one of Australia's finest and consistently satisfying range of table wines. A little over half of the grapes are sourced from the historic Quelltaler vineyards at Watervale, the balance being from a fraternity of Clare Valleys growers who have been supplying the historic wineworks for generations.
 
View details Annies Lane Semillon Sauvignon 2014
$ 15.99 Annies Lane Semillon Sauvignon 2014
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Semillon SauvBlanc / Clare Valley / SouthAustralia
Annies Lane can boast a long and distinguished history of conspicuous winemaking which dates back to 1863. There really was an Annie, she lived long ago, her legacy vines have been cultivated on both sides of her eponymous boulevard for a century and a half. To this day, mother nature continues to deliver a bounty of the finest fruit to Annie's Lane every year. A mostly Semillon wine with a component of Sauvignon Blanc, sourced from estate Clare Valley vineyards, fashioned into a refreshing and stylish wine at the Annies Lane wineworks.
 
View details Annies Lane Rose 2016
$ 15.99 Annies Lane Rose 2016
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/ Clare Valley / SouthAustralia
A scrumptuous pink which shows you that the gang at Annie's Lane worked very hard indeed, balancing their Rosé making methodologies to come up with the most appealing hue, fragrant nose and fullest palate. This gorgeous wine will draw compliments even before you open the bottle. Unoaked and delightfully refreshing, Annie's Lane make the nation's favourite blush hued wine, one in six bottles of Rosé sold across Australia are Annies Lane.
 
View details Annies Lane Riesling 2016
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Riesling / Clare Valley / SouthAustralia
Branded in earlier years under the historic Quelltaler label, Annie's Lane is an exuberant Riesling vinified from fruit grown to distinguished Clare Valley sites, including the famous Carlsfield and Sevenhill vineyards. Carlsfield was planted in 1935 and produces fruit with ripe citrus characters, whilst Sevenhill yields Riesling of finesse and dominant steely qualities. A refreshing white wine, enjoy Annie's Lane alongside chilli crabs or roasted loin of pork, the freshest seafood and all fine faire.
 
View details Annies Lane Quelltaler Shiraz Cabernet 2014
$ 19.99 Annies Lane Quelltaler Shiraz Cabernet 2014
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Shiraz CabernetSauv / Clare Valley / SouthAustralia
As far back as the earliest days of Clare Valley viticulture, the locals would help each other during the busy times of season. While she was delivering lunches to workers who were pruning vines one winter, Annie Wayman's horse drawn cart struck difficulty in negotiating the muddy track back to her cottage. From that day on, the track has been affectionately known as Annie's Lane. Quelltaler Watervale is harvested from vineyards bordering the famous Annie's Lane, crafted to a fine balance between the richness of Shiraz and structure of Cabernet Sauvignon.
 
View details Annies Lane Coppertrail Shiraz 2013
$ 54.99 Annies Lane Coppertrail Shiraz 2013
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Shiraz / Clare Valley / SouthAustralia
The timeless and memorable vintages of Annie's Lane continue to impress palates around the world with their impeccable balance and style. Copper Trail is the Annies Lane flagship, fashioned from fruit grown to the most precious Clare Valley sites. Small parcels of choice fruit and traditional vinification translate into a world class Shiraz of rakish colour, intense varietal flavour and resplendent tannins. Annie's Lane have claimed hundreds of industry accolades in Australia and around the globe, the most successful of all has been Copper Trail Shiraz.
 
View details Annies Lane Coppertrail Cabernet 2004
$ 44.99 Annies Lane Coppertrail Cabernet 2004
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CabernetSauv / Clare Valley / SouthAustralia
Copper Trail was a route forged by prospectors following the discovery of minerals at Burra in the late 1840s. The Copper Trail passed through the Clare Valley just south of Watervale, through land on which the vineyards of Annie's Lane today produce some of the area's finest wines. Copper Trail Cabernet is an assemblage of the very best fruit Clare Valley has to offer, vineyards are earmarked for their consistency at yielding the most superlative fruit, parcels are isolated on the basis of the most distinctive expressions of Cabernet Sauvignon.
 
View details Annies Lane Chardonnay 2016
$ 15.99 Annies Lane Chardonnay 2016
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Chardonnay / Clare Valley / SouthAustralia
Pure Clare Valley Chardonnay, some of it from blocks which can trace a heritage back to the original Quelltaler vineyards, the first Aussie wine ever formally served to the UK House of Commons! Annie's Lane recounts the legend of a local lass who operated a mobile canteen in Valley Clare, providing sandwiches and warm drinks to harvesters and pruners working in the vineyard. She is remembered today in the enduring traditions of a generously proportioned Chardonnay that's brimming with fresh stonefruit orchard flavours.
 
It was on October 2 1851 that Francis Treloar purchased his first piece of land in Watervale on which the historic Quelltaler winery stands today

On January 3, 1853 Treloar and his family moved to their new home in Watervale. The house was a simple hut like so many in which pioneer families began their farming lives. On June 15, 1854 Treloar planted his first patch of vines which he obtained as cuttings from a Mr Solly.

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During 1858 Francis mentions the building of a more substantial home for his growing family. This home was built from fine old stone, it was named Springvale and remains on the grounds of the Quelltaler property today. In 1859 the vines became productive. Treloar made wine which he sold to local people or used to barter for goods

Harvest wine was also used as payment for work; many labourers were paid a shilling or two and a flagon of wine for a weeks work. In 1862, four years after the family had moved into the Springvale House, Francis sold everything; and left Watervale. The new owner was Captain (later Sir) Walter Watson Hughes who purchased the property for his nephew.

In March 1863, Captain Hughes, who had known Francis Treloar for many years, installed him as Manager. Captain Hughes planted more vines, and other farmers in the district followed. The beautiful stone cellars were established and Francis made the wine at Quelltaler. In 1868 a wine maker by the name of Carl Sobels was employed.

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In 1889, 20 years after he inherited Springvale, James Richman sold the property to Carl Sobels and his brother in law Mr Hermann Buring. Sobels immediately instigated planned improvements and extensions. In 1896 Emil Sobels, 27, returned to Springvale to help his father Carl with the increasing work in the cellars. From 1898-1900, the legendary Leo Buring, second son of Hermann Buring, was a cellarhand at Quelltaler. On September 27, 1923 Carl Sobels died and was succeeded by his son Emil Sobels as Manager of the site. 1925 marked the arrival of electricity in the area. The mid North Electricity Company completed the lines and electric power was connected.

1937 - Quelltaler Hock became the first Australian wine to be served at the Lord Mayor's Banquet in London and at the House of Commons. In 1945 contouring of some of the vineyards was carried out on the property. The 100th Anniversary of the firm was celebrated in 1965 on the picnic grounds. The celebration was hosted by Mr & Mrs Larry Sobels.

1967 saw the last of the Sobels family to be appointed to a winemaking and management position, a title held until 1982. This was the Great Grandson of Carl Sobels, Jamie Sobels. In 1969 H Buring and Sobels is sold to Nathan and Wyeth, a Melbourne based company.

1981. French company Remy Martin purchased the holding company of Nathan and Wyeth and thus assumed control of the winery. November 1987, Wolf Blass purchased Quelltaler from Remy Martin and the winery was Australian owned again after a brief period in French hands. In March 1996 the name "Quelltaler" was re-introduced for the first time in almost two decades with the release of the premium Annie's Lane range from the now substantial vineyard holdings across the Clare Valley.

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