Land of Giants. From the heartland of fine Marlborough wine.

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Two Churches

In the 1830s, German Lutherans arrived in the Barossa, bringing their farming practices, religion and hard work ethic. The early church, however, was marked with division, and the first pastors August Kavel and GD Fritzsche disagreed on almost everything. In 1846 two separate churches were built, but the one thing everyone still agrees on is the fine strength of Barossa wines. Two Churches highlights the best of the Barossa at an affordable price.

Two Churches Barossa Shiraz tastes like dark fruits, liquorice, and chocolate with a touch of pepper, and goes with beef, rich game dishes or a good cheddar.

Two Churches Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon tastes like blackberry, cassis with dusty oak, and goes with beef, rich game dishes or a good cheddar.

Two Churches Barossa Riesling tastes like lime with a honeysuckle bouquet and goes with fresh oysters, shellfish or pan-fried white fish, and spicy dishes.

Two Churches Barossa Chardonnay tastes like melon fruit leading into rich tropical flavours with good length of citrus acidity and well integrated oak, and goes with roast chicken or pork, or creamy pasta dishes.