Our Wines

Our Wines

    The Journal
  • Saltram The Journal Centenarian Old Vine Shiraz Barossa

    The Journal

    Planting his first vines in the Barossa in 1859, William Salter meticulously kept a journal to record his entire vineyard and winemaking activities, including techniques that are still used to make Saltram today. The Journal Shiraz is a tribute to Salter's attention to detail and his quest to make the best Shiraz under the Saltram name. This important link between the past and the present still exists with The Journal available for viewing at the Saltram Cellar Door.
  • No.1
  • Saltram No1 Barossa Shiraz

    No.1

    In 1859 William Salter cleared 10 acres of land at his Mamre Brook homestead near Angaston in the Barossa and planted Shiraz. On March 20 1862, Saltram crushed its first grapes and produced 1800 gallons of a wine that was simply called ‘No 1. Shiraz’.
  • Single Vineyard
  • Saltram Single Vineyard Moculta Road Shiraz 2010

    Single Vineyard

    Sourced from a single vineyard of which it is named, these wines are a concise expression of what each unique vineyard produces.
  • Winemaker's Selection
  • Bottles from the Saltram Winemakers Selection wine range

    Winemaker's Selection

    The Winemaker's Selection wines were introduced to allow winemaker experimentation and for special parcels to be separated and show their true colours. Winemaker's Selection is an opportunity to showcase finer, elegant wines crafted from the best parcels in the Saltram Estate vineyards within the Barossa Valley.
  • Mamre Brook
  • Bottles from the Saltram Mamre Brook wine range

    Mamre Brook

    Mamre Brook is one of the most famous places in the Barossa Valley and the wines featuring the grand old Mamre Brook house on the label are among Australia's favourites. The wines stand proud as a tribute to their heritage at the heart of the Barossa with all fruit sourced exclusively from this great region.
  • 1859
  • Bottles from the Saltram 1859 wine range

    1859

    William Salter arrived in South Australia from Exeter, England in December, 1839 and in 1844 this recently arrived immigrant was one of the first people to purchase land in the newly opened land survey known as the Barossa Valley. In 1859, Salter formed a partnership with his son Edward, then aged 22, founding the firm W Salter & Son and they began their vineyard operations.
  • Mr. Pickwick's Particular Tawny
  • Saltram Mr Pickwicks Particular Tawny

    Mr. Pickwick's Particular Tawny

    Mr. Pickwick's Particular Tawny

    Mr Pickwick's is a distinguished wine, rounded and mellowed that can only come from great age and a long period of maturation in small oak casks.
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