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‘Far From Ordinary’ in the USA

‘Far From Ordinary’ is the largest Australian wine promotion ever held in the USA and Brockenchack Wines is proud to be a part of it! We began exporting our wines into the US through DellaVino Imports in 2018. Prior to that we had been selling directly to private customers in the US, but are excited to now have ongoing representation of our single vineyard Eden Valley wines in the US. We look forward to seeing how Brockenchack Wines can grow within the States over the coming years. Contributing to that will be our presence at the upcoming ‘Far From Ordinary’ Aussie Wine Month roadshow – a tasting like never before. The Far from Ordinary campaign brings the experience of Australia to life through sight, sound, smell and…

BAROSSA. BE CONSUMED Q&A WITH DARREN NAYLOR

Think you know Barossa? Think again. 50+ Barossans to meet. 300+ wines to try. It’s time to unearth something new. Sydney 13 July | Melbourne 20 July Gather your friends and get your tickets today https://www.barossawine.com/barossa-be-consumed/ Here’s a little Q&A with Darren Naylor from Brockenchack Wines who will be representing Brockenchack at these two events.   Tell us something about you (or your wine) that we don’t know: Our cellar door used to be a brothel! Give us one word that sums up Barossa: Quality You’re going to a friend’s place for dinner, what drinks do you take? A Brockenchack Megan Jane Grenache You have been given a cloak of invisibility. Whose wine do you go and grab a bottle of at Barossa Be Consumed? Cyril Henschke Cabernet Sauvignon What’s your perfect night in…

Barossa. Be Consumed

Two wine events. Two major cities. Two  thousand  people…  A  full gamete of Barossa wineries converged upon Sydney’s old Carriage Works and Melbourne’s old Meat Market across 2 Saturdays in July. All were there in support of the Barossa as a region, as well as flying the flag for their own vineyards. Brockenchack showed the kids around and while Mackenzie William and Miss Bronte got on with the punters like a house on fire, Jack Harrison hid under the table most of the day, but when he did come out to say hi, he simply blew everyone away. The Grigio was on point, showing great upfront fruit of lychees and stone fruits with a mid palate finish and yet again shone in a sea of…