Established 1944

St Hallett is proudly one of the Barossa’s leading wineries and specialises in the region’s most heralded grape variety, Shiraz. From the consistency of Faith through to the majesty of Old Block, St Hallett’s reputation as the Masters of Barossa Shiraz has been hard earned over many decades.

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Key Wines

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Old Block

Old Block

Carrying an 'Excellent' Langton's Classification, the focus for this wine is to showcase the rare and ancient vines of the Barossa. To qualify for Old Block, vineyards must be planted on their own rootstock and be over 40 years old.

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Blackwell Shiraz

Blackwell Shiraz

The wine was first released in 1994, in honour of Stuart Blackwell, winemaker for more than three decades and a tireless contributor to the St Hallett story.

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Faith Shiraz

Faith Shiraz

A contemporary classic and a crowd favourite since 1994. Faith Shiraz is a vibrant and expressive example of Barossa Shiraz.

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This range is designed to tell the story of Tanunda’s Blockheads to a new generation, with the fruitful drinkability of contemporary Australian Shiraz.

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When the Lindner family settled in Barossa’s Hallett Valley in the late 1800’s, the modern world of fine wine was beyond comprehension. Butchering was the family business and in 1912 a Shiraz vineyard was planted and started a slow-moving chain of events that would result in the St Hallett of today.

The winery began in 1944 with modest ambitions for the future and an agricultural attitude to winemaking. Its evolution to become a jewel in the crown of Barossa wineries has mirrored that of the region itself.
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For over 75 years, St Hallett has crafted Shiraz that celebrates and reflects the diversity of the magical Barossa terroirs. Continuous perfection of time-honoured winemaking techniques distinguishes St Hallett as the true Masters of Barossa Shiraz.

The winemaking philosophy is simple-minimum intervention and maximum attention.