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St Augustus

St Augustus

From a Wine Capital of the World comes St Augustus.

Distinctly South Australian, St Augustus is an award-winning wine range that embodies the quality and excellence for which the region is renowned. As one of the Wine Capitals of the World, South Australia sits alongside globally revered regions such as Bordeaux, France, Napa Valley, USA and of Course Verona, Italy.

Creating an award-winning wine that stands out from the crowd is not easy. It needs to be gutsy and bold with sophisticated flavours. In St Augustus this has been achieved by capturing and combining knowledge, desire and commitment to bring superiority and refinement.

With a wealth of awards, the most recent being three bronze medals at the 2019 Melbourne international Wine Competition, and glowing reviews from renowned wine reviewers including Huon Hooke – Australia’s most authoritative voice on wine and Sam Kim from Wine Orbit, these wines are sure to please. Each varietal in St Augustus has an impressive award to its name.

Here’s a snapshot of the accolades that the brand has won:

  • Melbourne International Wine Competition 2019, 2018
  • China Wine and Spirits Awards 2018
  • KPMG Sydney Royal Wine Show 2018
  • Royal Qld Wine Show 2019, 2018
  • Langhorne Creek Wine Show 2019

Learn more about the region these award-winning wines came from

South Australia is one of Australia’s top wine regions and has developed a reputation as a wine capital of the world. Comprised of over 16 individual zones, the South Australian wine territory is vast and home to a wide range of vineyards and production styles.

The Adelaide Hills offers cool climatic conditions. The elevation of the region impacts wine production through temperature and rainfall. The area is famous for producing crisp chardonnays and pinot noir rivalling the best out of Burgundy France.

The Fleurieu Peninsula to the south is home to McLaren Vale and Langhorne Creek. The temperature is higher in this region so the red grape varieties of Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz flourish here.