Concordis

CONCORDIS is a collaborative winemaking project that unites four Barossa producers – Kaesler Wines, Seppeltsfield Winery, Torbreck Vintners and Two Hands Wines – to create a unique cuvée from one tonne of their finest Shiraz grapes each vintage.

The purpose of the initiative is to give back to the region that has been so supportive of the 4 wineries, with the aim to raise more than $700,000 over the initial 4 years with all proceeds going to a perpetual education fund through Foundation Barossa.

The fund will then provide ongoing financial support and training opportunities in cellar operations and viticulture for financially disadvantaged, local young people, through 2 year traineeships being offered at each of the wineries.

With only 1,600 magnums made annually, CONCORDIS is the perfect collector’s item.

CONCORDIS [adj] definition; 1. Agreeing, concurring. 2. Like-minded. 
3. Peaceful, harmonious. 4. United, joint, shared.

Current Vintage 2016
Despite a dry winter, rains in January and March, 2016 freshened the older vines and provided long, slow ripening periods in between, which led to a stand-out vintage with high quality fruit.
Current Vintage 2015
Current Vintage 2014

$150.00

2016 - tasting notes and reviews

Get a detailed breakdown of the Concordis 2016 vintage.

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2015 - tasting notes and reviews

Get a detailed breakdown of the Concordis 2015 vintage

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2014 - tasting notes and reviews

Get a detailed breakdown of the Concordis 2014 vintage

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