Recommended Selections






Our favourite Barossa Valley wines 

Presented here are some of our favourite wines that we have selected from unique small or family owned wineries in the Barossa Valley. These small to medium size family wineries have access to outstanding parcels of Barossa Valley fruit that they magically craft into outstanding premium wine that is often quite rare and extremely difficult to get unless you go to the cellar door, fine wine merchants or selected fine dining restaurants. Barossa Reserve offers a virtual Barossa Valley Wine Region Cellar Door experience as we provide information about the individual wines, the wineries where they were made, the vineyards the fruit was sourced from and the winemaker who crafted the wines. We also offer the convenience of being able to purchase a selection of wines at cellar door prices which will be delivered to your door.

How It Works

We utilise our knowledge and connections in the Barossa Valley to find outstanding wines from smaller and family owned wineries. You can find out more about the individual wines by accessing the winery information page and reading a description of the wine and its individual characteristics including tasting notes and information about the winery and the vineyards where the fruit was sourced.

We classify the wines in three different categories do give you an idea of their value.

  • "Super Premium"  - these are some of the best wines in the Barossa Valley. Save these wines for special occasions with your partner or to share with a small group of your best friends at dinner parties.
  • "Premium" - Award winning premium wines to impress your friends and have them asking where you got them.
  • "Great Value" - Great wines that you can enjoy at home with dinner or with friends and relatives on the weekend where they will be the "pick of the wines"

You can choose your own wines in six-pack selections, or, to make things easier for you, we have put together mixed cases of six wines based on different themes in our recommended selections. Our current recommended selections are:

None of the wines are quaffers. They are great quality wines that you can enjoy and appreciate the quality of the fruit and the hands-on winemaking approach.

None of the wines are quaffers. They are great quality wines that you can enjoy and appreciate the quality of the fruit and the hands-on winemaking approach.

These wines are priced at cellar door pricing and reflect their true merit and not just a “brand name” and so punch well above their weight for their price. You can order a selection, choose your own six pack or "join the club" for regular quarterly deliveries.

After trying our recommended collections you can go back and select your own absolute favourites and order any combination that you like in packs of six. If you order two or more packs of wines in the same order you'll only pay shipping for the first pack.  Join the club and in addition to regular scheduled quarterly deliveries of guaranteed premium Barossa wines, you'll get a 10% discount for each six pack, access to special limited release museum stock and other specials when they become available you will also receive all deliveries free of charge.

Michael & Adele Williams, Wine Lovers

Featured wineries

Rojomoma

August 12, 2021

Rojomoma is a family micro winery and 5 hectare vineyard in the northern Barossa Valley. Sam Kurtz and Bernadette Kaeding, together with their son Raj, hand craft their wine every step of the way, from grape growing, harvesting, making the wine, designing the labels and selling their precious few bottles of wine. Their vines, aged up to 132 years old, grow intensely delicious grapes. Sam is a 6th generation Barossan and has been making wine for over 30 years. His family history in wine making and grape growing has continued with every generation since the 1840’s. He has worked in many winemaking roles over the years, including Chief Winemaker for St Hugo and Wyndham Estate, and Group Red and Fortified Winemaker...

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Dewey Station Wines

February 06, 2021

Founder and Winemaker of Dewey Station Wine's, Stefan Dewey, has a great fascination with the relationship between the soil in which grapes are grown and their unique influence on the wine produced from them. This fascination started through the enthusiastic delivery of many a unrequested geology lesson by his mentor and old friend, Stuart Bourne from Soul Growers. Each region, sub region and individual vineyard site has it own climate, aspect and soil profile that contributes to the growth and style of fruit that it produces. From the sandy loams over black clay that are typical of the Barossa's Southern Grounds to the ironstone rich, red yellow and brown loams over red clay of the Northern Grounds - distinct and...

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Gomersal Wines

November 14, 2020

I first experienced Gomersal Wines when I hosted a 25-year service dinner for Adelaide Brighton Cement (now Adbri) employees from Angaston, Birkenhead and Klein Point. Whilst the wines that we provided were the entry-level wines they were all fantastic. I decided to head back and taste the full range one weekend and was blown away by the quality. The 2010 Reserve Shiraz that had picked up a gold medal at the prestigious London International Wine Challenge 2014, the 2008 GSM and the 2015 Eden Valley Riesling were standouts and they were some of the first ones that I listed on the Barossa Reserve website. The owner, Barry White, was very generous with his time taking me through the range and...

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Soul Growers

August 28, 2020

Soul Growers was started by a group of four mates who had significant previous experience in larger corporate wineries and decided to pursue their own dream of creating wines that reflected the soul of the Barossa Valley. That soul is the grape growing families in the Barossa Valley, those families who have nurtured their vineyards over generations and who were largely descendent from the original Lutheran German settlers who came to South Australia as early the 1830s when the South Australian colony was first established.  Paul, Tom and Stu produce wines that reflect the family vineyards and exemplify Barossa Valley wines. Each batch of wines from each carefully selected family vineyard is treated separately through tank fermentation, pressing and aging in barrels. The very best...

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