Fork in the Road Wines : Award Winning McLaren Vale Wines

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The cellar door with its rustic charm is available for tasting bookings. It features a wine list of Fork in the Road Wines. The wine label is the creation of Joan herself and is appropriately named with regard to their location, which is where Sand Road deviates from the main McLaren Vale Road, thereby creating a fork. With a line up of delicious wines produced from fruit grown from their family’s own vineyards, it has been a local favourite since its first vintage in 2000 and its first bottling in 2007.

Delicious regional platters available including some amazing local produce as some house-made relish. Tastings available Friday – Sunday 11am until 5pm. Bus groups by appointment only.

Fork in the Road Wines, it’s a special place of rolling lawns, picturesque views and romantic elegance for the whole family. Come and see for yourself.

Very recently, Fork in the Road Wines has joined Business News Japan Wines, Spirits and Beers Competition and won a gold and silver awards in this prestigious competition:

Fork in the Road Shiraz / McLaren Vale South Australia/ 2017

Awarded Gold by Business News Japan

Fork in the Road wines are proud to present this single-block Shiraz.

The Shiraz grapes used for this release were sourced entirely from Old Oval Estate vineyard on Sand Road in McLaren Vale. This Shiraz is deep in colour and soft on the palate. Concentrated dark berries combine with spice and a touch of mocha from 18 months in seasoned oak barrels. A rich and complex wine with generous length. Enjoy young or reap the rewards of patient cellaring.

Fork in the Road Grenache Shiraz / McLaren Vale South Australia /2017

Awarded Gold by Business News Japan

Fork in the Road wines are proud to present this Grenache/Shiraz blend.

All the fruit used to produce this wine was grown in McLaren Vale and reflects the richness of the area.

The perfect union of McLaren Vale’s premier varieties, 60% Grenache, 40% Shiraz. Lifted and complex, bright summer berries and red currants intertwine with hints of freshly cut wild herbs. The palate is alluring with lashings of generous raspberry and cherry, fruit weight is complemented by an elegant tannin structure and oak derived cedar and spice.

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