Clarendon South Australia
Malurus wines come from the Clarendon sub-district of McLaren Vale where the
vineyards were planted from 1997 using local scions as root stock. The vineyard
is on the northern slope of Piggott Range at 300 metres above sea level. Soils
are mainly shale over red clay and limestone. The fruit is handpicked and after
processing is stored in American Oak barrels for 10 to 12 months. The name
Malurus comes from the scientific name for Blue Wrens that live around the
property. The wine is full bodied and should be decanted at length prior to
consumption. During the fruit development and processing of this wine no River
Murray water has been used.
We can arrange delivery anywhere in Australia however freight charges are
dependent on location for delivery.