For almost 30 years, Wolf Blass wines have delighted Australian wine lovers. And now, internationally, the Wolf Blass range is one of Australia’s most successful premium wine exports.
When Wolf Blass was a teenager he worked in his grandfather’s vineyard in Germany. He studied oenology at Wuzburg University, became the youngest-ever recipient of the Kellermeister Diploma, and gathered winemaking experience in the Champagne region of France. He arrived in 1961, when he was 27.
Wolf Blass had a three-year contract with Kaiser Stuhl Wines, 100 pounds in his pocket, and a belief that he could "probably add something" to the Australian wine industry.
He did. In 1966, Wolf Blass established himself in Barossa Valley. He named his vineyard Bilyara, and Aboriginal word meaning "Eaglehawk", and took as his symbol the eagle, the national emblem of his native land.
In 1974, with his first solo vintage, Wolf Blass won the Jimmy Watson Trophy at the Melbourne Wine Show. In 1999, after Wolf Blass Black Label won this prestigious prize for a record fourth time, the Wolf Blass Chardonnay was judged Wine of the Show at the National Wine Show.
Wolf Blass Wines was publicly listed in 1984. In 1994 the Company merged with Mildara Wines to form Mildara Blass Limited.
Wolf Blass reds are characterised by rich, ripe fruit flavours, well balanced oak, and soft tannins. This unique style produces supremely drinkable wines that age gracefully. The Wolf Blass Black Label, for instance, is made with cellaring in mind, and will provide magnificent drinking for 20 years.
Judges appreciate the Wolf Blass style. More than 3000 International trophies and gold medals have been won by the wines since they were first released.
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Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
Cabernet Sauvignon from South Australia's finest Cabernet regions is expertly blended to create a generous wine with rich varietal flavours of cassis, blood plum, a hint of leafiness and sweet spicy oak.
Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon is great with Chargrilled Steak with Fat Chips and Garlic Aioli or Beef Stroganoff. more
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Chardonnay 2012
A delicious South Australian Chardonnay packed with enticing fruit aromas of peach, melon and grapefruit, seamlessly followed by a palate with a soft creamy texture, subtle oak and a lingering finish. Matches
Chardonnay matches well with chicken, creamy pasta sauces, seafood, veal and quail. Yellow Label Chardonnay is great with ... more
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