About Spinifex

Located in the heart of Australia's renowned Barossa Valley, Spinifex Winery is a boutique establishment producing exquisite, handcrafted wines. Established in 2001 by Peter Schell and Magali Gely, the winery has quickly earned a reputation for its exceptional quality and unique expression of the regional terroir.

Schell, with a background in the French wine industry, is the creative mind behind Spinifex's innovative wine styles. To maintain the impeccable standard, each vintage is produced in a minute quantity ensuring the highest attention to detail, creating wines that are a reflection of Peter's philosophy; traditional, minimal-intervention winemaking.

Their portfolio includes a variety of red, white and rose wines - however, where Spinifex truly shines is in their representation of Rhone varietals. Syrah, Grenache, Cinsault, Ugni Blanc and Marsanne – are all expertly nurtured to produce wines of unprecedented quality and character.

Nestled amidst the natural beauty of the Barossa Valley, a visit to Spinifex's rustic cellar door is a must for any wine enthusiast. There, visitors have the opportunity to taste an array of their wines, gaining insight into the winemaking process from the passionate and knowledgeable team.

Aside from the amazing wines, what truly sets Spinifex apart is their commitment to sustainable wine production. This includes practicing organic viticulture, utilising mature dry-grown vineyards, and above all, respecting the land and the natural environment.

All in all Spinifex Winery is not just a destination but an experience anyone with an appreciation for fine wine will treasure. So whether you're an avid oenophile, or simply someone who enjoys good wine, Spinifex Winery offers a wonderful journey into the complexity and charm of Barossa's wine heritage There's no better way to enjoy the picturesque landscape of the Australian wine country than with a glass of Spinifex wine in hand.

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