We are happy to announce that our Benjamin Shiraz is continuing to receive awards. After winning a Silver medal for the 2013 Benjamin Shiraz, our 2014 Benjamin Shiraz has also received a Silver medal in the recent 2016 Barossa Wine Show!
We are proud to announce the return of Little Black Dress to Schulz Wines! After last years successful event, we could not resist to invite them back again! This is an event not to miss! Sunday 13th of November! Please contact Josh on 0403658519 if you want to book a table or have any questions!
We hope to see you with your dancing shoes on, and ready for a day filled of wine, music and food – what more could you want?
Grande’s Block planted in 2008.
written By Josh Norton 2008
On the 7th of January three grandkids went out in the vineyard to plant some very special vines. It was an early morning start mind you! Dylan and Mitchell got the motorbike to primrose while Uncle Smiley (Anthony) go the tractor. Pappa , Allan and Josh went in the car. We started work at around 8:00. One vine after the other. Joshua and Mitchell swapped on the motorbike. Sometimes Joshua would pass the vines to the workman, Anthony, Allan, Marcus and Shane. Pappa said “10:00 you know what time it is”? So off we go and have our morning tea which on this case was a Banana!
Once we had finished that we were right back into work, row after row, vine after vine. Case of vines after case of vines. We got halfway down the row and the water runs out on the tractor to water the vines in! Allan went to fill up the tank and it took a good 15 minutes. Meanwhile we have a chat and a well earned break. Before we know it he is back and we are straight back into it. It took a while to get the concept right. We have a little bit of time before the sun goes down to get to the next row, so quickly we all start to plant the last row of vines. We were almost at the end of the row and yep you guessed it! Water runs out again! We were almost at the end! So instead of completing the row we decided we should call it a day. So we went home and got a nice tea roast and vegetables, which Roslyn had prepared for us during the day!
Up bright and early off we go the finish the last row. It took two hours to complete the row. Well we said what should we name the block? It took a while to think of a name but we decided on a quite fitting name! After all the work, effort, persistence and time that the Grandkids put in it was only fitting to name it the –
THE GRANDES BLOCK.
Barny’s, Black Star Pastry and Schulz Wines are pleased to announce an evening of fine wines and food highlighting the Barossa Valley. Put the 26th March 2015 at 7pm in your diary and book now as to not be disappointed.
Marcus Schulz is a 5th generation wine maker and his excellent wines have only been available to the public since 2004. In the early days Dave Powell from Torbreck made the wines for Schulz (neighbouring properties) and now Marcus has taken on the job ,taking the vineyard down the organic, bio-dynamic, sustainable and pesticide free path. The wines show great regional characteristics and excellent fruit and balance.
The dinner will comprise of 8 Schulz wines ending with the flagship Marcus Shiraz matched with 8 wonderful dishes from the Black Star Pastry team.
Only 50 places available at $130 per person, (non-refundable) starting at 7pm @ Black Star Pastry (Dunning Avenue, Rosebery)
Bookings can be made at Barny’s or Black Star Pastry and on line at eventbrite.com – blackstarnights.
Hope to see you there where Marcus and I will take you through these impressive wines.