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Where no idea is deemed too big, outlandish or improbable; where eccentricity has been the rule rather than the exception and having fun is a serious business.
If your winery is home to a 3/4 tonne bell that you ring either on occasion or randomly; a boundary fence known as ”Woodhenge” made from massive threaded redgum posts; a giant outdoor ”bush” sculpture of a cricket bat, ball and stumps...
If you celebrate your late ”second founder’s” annual birthday by hurling watermelons into a vineyard from a giant medieval siege machine (trebuchet) and you acknowledge Australia’s most famous equestrian race by running around the grounds with your colleagues astride a broomstick topped with a cut-out horse head...
If you are serious about the wine you make, the wines you drink and the biodynamic vines you grow - but believe that everything else should be fun...
then welcome to the Wirra Wirra tribe.
Church Block was the first wine the late Greg Trott produced under the Wirra Wirra label back in 1972. He took the name from one of the original vineyards, which runs next to the small Bethany Church (est. 1854) across the road from Wirra ... more
A bright, effusive nose of flowers and sour cherries leads to a palate much darker, spicier and ... more
Dead Ringer: Colloquial for “resemble exactly”. Wirra Wirra Dead Ringer Cabernet Sauvignon is known as The Angelus Cabernet Sauvignon in Australia.
As our renowned Angelus bell rang in the 2004 vintage, the international “naming police” more