Chateau Dorrien wine varieties are produced offsite at the companies wine making facility near Lyndoch.
Apart from our own vineyard fruit we purchase additional supplies from our trusted family friends and local Lyndoch vignerons who have used their skill to provide us with exceptional quality fruit.
Family wine maker Ramon Martin has the pleasure of using grapes grown to his standard of quality.
Chardonnay (from our own vineyard), Riesling, and Semillon, are all grown in the Lyndoch soil. Our Sauvignon Blanc however, is obtained from Lenswood in the Adelaide Hills which is premium growing environment for this grape variety.
Chateau Dorrien markets its two dry wines under the name of Lands’ End Chardonnay, and Cloud Catcher Sauvignon Blanc. Its two sweet wines are Golden Harvest Riesling, and Late Harvest Semillon.
Both sweet wines are from late harvested fruit. To achieve high sugar levels naturally, the grapes are left on the vine for a period beyond the normal harvest time, sometimes up to 4 weeks later in the season. The sugar, acids and flavours present in the berries are concentrated, making the grapes more suitable for the sweeter styles.
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Purchase 12 bottles or more with mixed wines to be eligible for discount.
Discount Code is: DOZEN10