Best Wines, By Farr
Gary Farr’s experience as a hands-on winemaker was shaped by spending 10 years at one of Burgundy’s top producers, Domain Dujac. There is no mistaking the Burgundian charm and influence however, By Farr wines do not emulate. Instead, these Geelong Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays are distinctly individual and rank alongside Australia's finest.
Historical Vertical Cases
Great wine demands time in the cellar to unlock their true complexities and we believe this starts after a decade. Explore our range of mixed cases spanning many of Australia’s greatest, mature vintages.
Century Old Vines
We strongly believe that great wines should be enjoyed at perfect maturity and ‘maturity’ should not necessarily equate to wines costing the earth. Kaesler, one of Australia’s oldest wineries is a case in point. Decade old Shiraz, produced from gnarly old vines dating back over century can be enjoyed for less than you think!
40th Anniversary Release
Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the most awarded red wine in the history of Australia is exclusively unveiled by The Vinorium to our UK customers. James Halliday announces this anniversary release “will be one of the long-lived, great Black Labels.” In the wines illustrious history.
Yarra Valley’s Legend
Yarra Yering is one of the oldest and most beautiful vineyards in the Yarra Valley. Established in 1969, they quickly gained an international reputation for quality and individuality, producing wines of stunning complexity and longevity.
The Might of Margaret River
Recently celebrating 50 years since the first plantings, today Margaret River is the go-to place for world-class Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay. A region of less than 5% of the country’s vines has arguably become the most admired with many of the ‘hottest’ winemakers choosing this beautiful region to show-off their talents.
Rare & Iconic
‘Iconic’ is the perfect expression for Mount Edelstone, Duck Muck and Torbreck. ‘Rare’ is often overused, but perfectly describes the great wines from Standish, Tatiarra and Hobbs of Barossa Ranges, where the production levels are so miniscule they are only sold through their respective cellar doors.