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View details Braydun Hill Shimply Shiraz Cellar Reserve 2008
$ 30.99 Braydun Hill Shimply Shiraz Cellar Reserve 2008
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Shiraz / McLaren Vale / SouthAustralia
Established to an auspicious north westerly slope overlooking McLaren Vale, planted to a propitious patch of paringa loams, the felicitious vines at Braydun Hill are stimulated by a rare confluence of environmemtals and clime to yield meagre harvests of simply exceptional Shiraz. Livestock are an inseparable part of the ecosystem, sheep are moved into the vineyard after vintage, where they ruminate until budburst, providing the perfect feed for viticulture. Healthy vines and immaculate fruit, the Shiraz of choice to match wagyu beef and juicy pink lamb.
 
View details Braydun Hill Shimply Shiraz 2008
$ 26.99 Braydun Hill Shimply Shiraz 2008
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Shiraz / McLaren Vale / SouthAustralia
For many generations, Braydun Hill was a grazing site. Cattle, sheep and angora enriched the soils, preparing the land for viticulture. Tony Bradley-Dunn brought his experience at hand making wines from fruit picked off hedgerows on the English countryside to McLaren Vale, where he planted the Braydun Hill property to vines in 1998. From the inaugural vintage of 2001, Braydun Hill have received overwhelming acclaim for the oustanding quality of Shiraz.
 
View details Braydun Hill Red Label Shiraz
$ 21.99 Braydun Hill Red Label Shiraz
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Shiraz / McLaren Vale / SouthAustralia
Carol and Tony Dunn established their McLaren Vale homestead to herds of angora goat in the 1990s. Conspicuous trophy victories and industry accolades however, proved unnegotiable at a time when the market for mohair and fine fleece was on the decline. Viticulture was the next port of call, rootstock was sourced from Don Oliver's property, a source of Shiraz for the mighty Penfolds Grange, several hectares were planted and the inaugural harvest arrived in 2001. An elegant fruit forward style to match melted cheese recipes or crumbed cotoletta of lamb.
 
View details Braydun Hill Premium Shiraz 2012
$ 34.99 Braydun Hill Premium Shiraz 2012
Shiraz / McLaren Vale / SouthAustralia
Tony Dunn learned to make small batch wine from fruit picked off hedgerows on the English countryside. After converting his McLaren Vale grazing property to viticulture in the 1990s, Dunn called upon his bucolic experiences amongst the English country laneways, to craft vintages of superlative limited release Shiraz which have claimed conspicuous national and international wine show accolades. The pick of Braydun Hill crop is reserved for bottling behind the Premium Single Vineyard moniker, a generously proportioned wine of elegance, structure and striking poise.
 
View details Braydun Hill Premium Shiraz 2007
$ 43.99 Braydun Hill Premium Shiraz 2007
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Shiraz / McLaren Vale / SouthAustralia
No estate winery can make the case for synergy between grazing and viticulture as well as Braydun Hill, decorated with significant industry accolades for superlative Shiraz as well as the excellence of their angora wool. The vineyard itself is the quintessence of clean and green, pesticide free and a self sustaining biosphere. Everything is done on a small yield basis, vines are micro managed and the hand picked grapes are all sorted before inclusion. A seamless McLaren Vale Shiraz, treated to an extended term of oak, fashioned to a stately accord old and new world styling.
 
View details Braydun Hill Premium Shiraz 2005
$ 59.99 Braydun Hill Premium Shiraz 2005
Shiraz / McLaren Vale / SouthAustralia
The Braydun Hill flagship, a single vineyard Shiraz of sound structure, controlled power and grace, which consistenty claims conspicuous national wine show awards, vintage after vintage. The auspicious southern ocean breezes and maritime climes stimulate the vines into yielding meagre harvests of intensely flavoured fruit. Defined by an exquisite balance between malleable tannins, elegant acidity and creamy nutmeg oak, Braydun Hill showcases the luscious, nutella berry characters of all good things McLaren Vale, small yield, boutique vineyard Shiraz at it's finest.
 
View details Braydun Hill Crimson Silk Sparkling Shiraz 2008
$ 26.99 Braydun Hill Crimson Silk Sparkling Shiraz 2008
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Shiraz / McLaren Vale / SouthAustralia
At Braydun Hill, no effort is spared in the pursuit of perfection. Shiraz is the fruit of choice, selectively hand picked off sacred rootstock, which can trace a lineage to the most memorable vintages and superior marques in the land. Those parcels which can best exhibit the level of exuberance essential for a sparkling style, are crafted through true Methode traditionelle into a luxuriously effervescent wine, brimming with glorious mousse, opulent perfumes and multi dimensional palate, framed by an elegant veneer of oak and supported by, velvetine, liquorice tannins.
 
Carol and Tony Bradley Dunn work on their own small acre vineyard and are devoted to exclusively producing the finest quality Shiraz

The philosophy at Braydun Hill is to do one thing well, and to excel at it. Experience gained at making hand made wines from fruit picked off hedgerows on the English countryside told Bradley-Dunn that Braydun Hill was the ideal grape growing site and lead to vines being planted in 1998. The vineyard is 10 beautiful acres of gentle north facing slopes on a rare patch of Paringa sandy loam over clay in the McLaren Vale, perfect for quality grape vines. The natural sloping of the Braydun Hill's terrain provides for quality ripening. The ocean breezes and maritime climate cool the summer sun and help keep the vines from the mildew and other diseases that more protected vineyards often suffer. This means that Braydun Hill's winemakers have never used any pesticides in the vineyard and have no need for artificial chemicals.

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Braydun Hill has been a grazing property for many generations, and now both traditions continue, as the sheep are moved into the vineyard straight after vintage, where they stay until budburst in the spring. There are 10,000 top quality Shiraz vines on the property and a small additional vineyard of Merlot, permanent pasture between the rows provides good feed, and the sheep provide good natural fertiliser for the vines. The decision was made at the time of establishment to aim to produce top quality grapes of one variety, Shiraz. A number of vines were sourced directly from Don Oliver’s vineyard in McLaren Vale, which produces grapes for Penfold’s iconic Grange.

Carol and Tony hold high standards of ethical working practices, and work hard to maintain an environmentally sustainable system within the Braydun Hill vineyard. They use no pesticides or artificial chemicals for disease control. Braydun Hill are devoted to exclusively producing premium quality shiraz, to maintain the highest standards of ethical working practices, and to maintain a clean, green vineyard.

Unlike many Australian wineries, Braydun Hill do not buy grapes grown by other people in other vineyards. All their wines are made from grapes grown in the Braydun Hill vineyard. Winner of many awards, including Winestate Top Australian Shiraz, Braydun Hill are very proud of their many accolades and achievements.

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Carol and Tony have a quintessentially Australian sense of humour, and an equally impressive resilience in coping with disasters large and small. The couple built their home on an 8ha property next to the Onkaparinga Gorge National Park, overlooking South Australia’s McLaren Vale to the south and the Onkaparinga estuary and ocean to the west. There they bred a herd of fine-fleeced angora goats, winners of trophies and awards in various shows, including the Royal Adelaide Show.

However, the market outlook for mohair and breeding stock turned sour, forcing the couple to change direction. They enrolled in the viticulture course at Willunga High School, emerging two years later with their certificates. In 1998, they embarked on a program to plant 4 hectare of shiraz. Together they dug the trenches for the main irrigation lines, but as every grower knows, planting vines is the easy part, it’s everything else that comes later that’s the killer. With weekend help from friends, they trained the young vines, grubbed out weeds and began making good wine. The first grapes were produced in 2001 and sold to Normans. Winemaker Beck Kennedy was so impressed with the quality the wine was kept separate, and when Normans went into liquidation in late 2001 (without having fully paid for the grapes), Dunn and Bradley were able to reclaim the wine and, by default, Braydun Hill Shiraz was born.

Combining the tradition of grazing and grape growing, Braydun Hill's philosophy is to maintain a clean and green vineyard without the use of pesticides or artificial chemicals for controlling disease. They move their sheep into the vineyard straight after vintage where they stay until budburst in the spring. Permanent pasture between the rows provides good feed, and the sheep provide good natural fertiliser for the vines. It is a credit to the wholistic philosophy and sustainable land management practices that Braydun Hill is capable of making such highly commended wines each and every vintage.

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