Torbreck has achieved incredible results in the 26 years since it was founded. Focusing on Rhone grape varieties, sourced from some of the finest old, dry-grown vineyards in the Barossa Valley. The first wine Torbreck produced was their 1995 RunRig, which shot to prominence when Robert Parker declared it “Australia's answer to Marcel Guigal's Cote Rotie La Mouline”. The new flagship wine is The Laird, which comes from a single vineyard, originally planted in 1958. Whilst it’s these two that tend to steal the limelight, The Factor and Descendant offer teriffic value and for Mourvedre / Mataro lovers like me, The Pict is unmissable.
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