|Turkey Flat - Butchers Block Red 2012||10th May 2015||75cl Bottle||£ 10.82|
|Turkey Flat - Butchers Block White 2010-11||In Stock||75cl Bottle||£ 10.86|
|Turkey Flat - Cabernet Sauvignon 2009||10th May 2015||6x 75cl Bottles||£ 142.81|
|Turkey Flat - Grenache Noir 2012||In Stock||75cl Bottle||£ 15.50|
|Turkey Flat - Mourvedre 2010-11||In Stock||75cl Bottle||£ 17.95|
|Turkey Flat - Pedro Ximenez||10th May 2015||37.5cl Bottle||£ 19.27|
|Turkey Flat - Rose 2013-14||In Stock||75cl Bottle||£ 11.26|
|Turkey Flat - Shiraz 2012||10th May 2015||6x 75cl Bottles||£ 156.59|
|Turkey Flat - The Last Straw 2010||In Stock||37.5cl Bottle||£ 24.40|
|Turkey Flat is more than just a vineyard and home of the best Barossa wines, it is a family business that forms a vital part of the region's rich cultural history and heritage.|
It was here, on the banks of Tanunda Creek where bush turkeys once roamed, that pioneer Salesian settler Johann Friedrich August Fiedler planted the first Shiraz vines in 1843. His vines flourished and the land, Section One, in the Hundred of Moorooroo was bought in 1865 by Gottlieb Ernst Schulz, a successful butcher who established a thriving retail business among the vines.
Butchering developed into dairying, but the vineyards were always kept, until Peter, a fourth generation Schulz, and his wife, Christie, made the transition from grape growing to winemaking. They transformed the historic bluestone butchers shop into the cellar door and heart of their Turkey Flat wine business, and made sure that the vines that Fiedler planted so long ago, now gnarled and twisted, are still a vital part of the process.
And with good reason, for it is the intense, concentrated fruit from these ancient vines that set Turkey Flat wines apart and have made them sought after the world over.
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