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Auction House Australia

Auction House wines are grown throughout the South East Australia, concentrating in the Adelaide Hills, part of the Mount Lofty Ranges. This area provides a great growing area for many grape varieties due to the various microclimates depending on the altitudes, slope, and soil types.

Top quality varietals include Chardonnay, Sparkling Wines, and Sauvignon Blanc. The growing conditions allow for big plump red wines such as Cabernets and Shiraz. Probably the reason why Auction House Cabernet Merlot won a ‘highly commended’ at the 2007 International Wine Challenge.

auction house dry white

Dry White

WINE MAKERS NOTES: The wine is a mid-straw colour with red apple, apricot and honeysuckle characteristics on the nose. These aromas continue on to the appealing palate with tropical fruit flavours. It is a soft and approachable style of wine with good length.
South Eastern Australia
SERVING: It is best when served chilled and would complement Caesar salad or spaghetti carbonara.



WINE MAKERS NOTES: A medium bodied wine showing lemon and lime flavours along with tropical fruits. The wine has a creamy mouth feel along with fresh acidity as well as good length and persistence.
South Eastern Australia
SERVING: Serve slightly chilled at 9-11o C. Enjoy with seafood and herb risotto, goats cheese and red bell pepper.
13% Vol

Auction house rose


WINE MAKERS NOTES: Bright, fresh style with lively acidity. On the palate you’ll find a determined spice note weaving through the delicate watermelon fruit. The finish remaining crisp.
South Eastern Australia
SERVING: Serve at 9-11°. Enjoy with Fruit de Mer au Gratin or grilled haddock
12.5% Vol

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Shiraz Rose

WINE MAKERS NOTES: Intense Rose colour. Clean bouquet with an inviting scent of blackberry and plum. Crispy palate with rich fruit flavours and subtle spiciness. Very harmonious and elegantly balanced by pronounced acidity.
South Eastern Australia
SERVING: Serve at 9-11°.The ultimate summer refreshment, perfect on its own or served with fish or chicken barbeque.
12% Vol


Dry Red

WINE MAKERS NOTES: The wine is a deep red colour with plums, cranberries and spicy cinnamon oak aromas on the nose. These flavours continue on the palate, which also shows an abundance of cherries and blackberry fruit flavours. Soft tannins and smoky oak provide balance and extra flavour dimensions. The palate is medium bodied, soft and approachable.
South Eastern Australia
SERVING: This wine would be well suited to beef Wellington or shepherds pie. It is released for current drinking.
13% Vol



WINE MAKERS NOTES: The wine is a deep purple colour. The nose is reminiscent of blackberry and liquorice with a cracked pepper spice overtone.The palate is rich and rounded with soft tannins providing a lingering fruit driven finish. Well integrated French and American oak contributes to the wines generous mouth feel and soft finish.
South Eastern Australia
SERVING: Try it with rare rib roast or rich game dishes such as venison or succulent Kangaroo steak.
14% Vol


Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot

WINE MAKERS NOTES: Intense ruby red colour with purple reflections. Fruity nose. On the palate notes of cassis, plum and dark chocolate. Very smooth wine with rich ripe fruit flavours.
South Eastern Australia
SERVING: Suitable for every occasion, especially with pasta, red meat and cheese.

14% Vol