Dung Pham Vu

Nice, beautiful, relaxed winery tasting site. Nice...

Nice, beautiful, relaxed winery tasting site. Nice middle age ladies at customer service. The wine was great but probably not on my favourite list in Barossa Valey.
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Gary Dyer

We visited early Sunday morning ( 03-01-2016...

We visited early Sunday morning ( 03-01-2016 ) and I was impressed with the grounds and the cellar door. Despite only two other people participating in the wine tasting we were completely ignored. We waited 10 minutes trying to catch the attention of other members of staff who were doing other things until we gave up. Disappointed i didn't get to try some of the great reds.
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About Winery and Wines

Prior to establishing Peter Lehmann Wines, Peter had only worked in two wineries, both of which were built more than a century earlier. To process fruit for his first vintage as an independent winemaker, he had to build a winery from scratch in only five months.

With his breakaway team of winemakers, cellar hands and engineers, he designed a winery with the most efficient use of space and resources, allowing for future expansion.

Rows of tanks were put in place, and the Weighbridge - where every Peter Lehmann wine starts its life - was built out of local marble as a monument to the growers.

By February 1980, the winery was ready for its first vintage.

Peter spent most of that first vintage at the Weighbridge, keeping an eye on the incoming fruit and keeping up the relationships with the growers, as he did for every vintage until he retired in 2002. At the end of each day, and long after vintage finished, the Weighbridge became Peter’s bar, hosting many a memorable catch-up with the growers. The tradition continues today. If the old marble walls of the weighbridge could talk, they would tell a compelling version of Barossa history.

The Peter Lehmann winery today is one of the Barossa’s most sophisticated medium-size winemaking operations.