Kalleske is an award winning boutique producer, located in the Barossa Valley, and are certified biodynamic. The Divergent Range is an experiment with more modern styles of winemaking, with an orange wine, unoaked Shiraz and delicate Grenache. This are all super food friendly, and will please anyone who likes to have their boundaries pushed!
Plenarius 2017 - This is Viognier, which sat on skins for 7 days and saw 10 months in oak. Amber in colour, with a deep aroma of spice, dried apricot and orange rind. The wine is dry and has flavours of marmalade, ginger, lemon, dried apricot and quince. This is must drink for lovers of orange wine. AWC
Parallax 2017 - Squishy ripe strawberries, spice, green herbs, dried flowers and rhubarb tart. Light bodied, spicy, sappy and fresh, but with juiciness of strawberry – almost like a health drink – grainy gently stalky tannin, freshness, and a gummy and herbal finish of good length. Just lovely. Great drinking here. Gary Walsh, Wine Front
Zeitgeist 2017 - This Shiraz sees no oak at all - only stainless steel. This allows the vibrancy of the fruit to really shine through. Only 7-10 days on skins, and still the olour is dark and rich. The tannins are soft and supple, and the wine is smooth. This is Barossa Shiraz at it's purest level. AWC