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Single Vineyard Wines

Single Vineyard Wines

For those who love wine, a special bottle for Christmas can be just the ticket. There are lots of reasons why a wine might be considered special. The ability to stash it in the cellar for a few years to bring out on a celebratory occasion is certainly one of those...

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Barossa Wine Show Trophy Win

Barossa Wine Show Trophy Win

The 2021 Barossa Wine Show was judged this week and I was extremely chuffed to be awarded a Top Gold Medal and the JBG Architects Trophy for Best Red Wine, Other Varieties for the Red by Caroline Dunn Barossa Valley Mataro 2020 at the Presentation Dinner last night.It...

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RxCD Barossa Valley Mataro 2020

RxCD Barossa Valley Mataro 2020

I'm excited to let you all know that the 2020 Red by Caroline Dunn Barossa Valley Mataro has just been released. I'm very happy with this wine.2020 was a trying vintage for us in the Barossa as far as the weather was concerned, and as a result, there wasn’t a lot of...

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D&D Grenache Rose 2020

D&D Grenache Rose 2020

I’m not sure about the rest of Australia, but here in the Barossa we had a real taste of spring on Saturday, with temperatures hitting 25 degrees for the first time since April. Lovely. Let’s not mention that we were plunged back into winter on Sunday (and today...

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Longhorn Peak 2019 Release

Longhorn Peak 2019 Release

We're excited to announce the 2019 vintage release of the crowd favourite Dolan & Dunn Longhorn Peak Shiraz Cabernet, resplendent with its all new Splitpants designed label, featuring our revamped dynamic duo, Cow & Bee. The wine was entirely sourced from Liz...

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Let’s Talk About Mataro

Let’s Talk About Mataro

Most often, Mataro is found as the M in GSM (also known as Mourvèdre or Monastrell or by a whole host of other names). But it's so much more than that. To me, Mataro as a single variety is a beautifully alluring wine that’s often underrated. While it’s quite a rustic...

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Red or Black?

Red or Black?

A lot of people ask me what the difference is between my Red Shiraz and Black Shiraz. Well, much can be summed up by the colour of the labels. They’re both Barossa Valley Shiraz, but the Red is more dominant in red fruit flavours, and the Black is a little more...

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2017 Black Shiraz

2017 Black Shiraz

              I’m so thrilled to say that the 2017 RED by Caroline Dunn Black Shiraz is now available. There was such a great response to the barrel samples we tasted during the Naked Wines Angel tastings in Melbourne and Sydney last...

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2017 Barossa Valley Mataro

2017 Barossa Valley Mataro

I’m really excited to announce the release of my first wine under the RED by Caroline Dunn label. It’s a 2017 Barossa Valley Mataro, a variety that’s often underrated, but holds the status of local hero here in the Barossa. Mataro, which is also known as Mourvèdre or...

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2016 Dolan & Dunn Shiraz Grenache Release

2016 Dolan & Dunn Shiraz Grenache Release

It’s back!  Thanks for being so patient waiting out the release of the 2016 Dolan & Dunn Barossa Valley Shiraz Grenache. It’s available now! In this latest release, plush, fleshy Shiraz gives richness and depth, with Grenache adding luscious fruit and vibrancy....

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Barossa Postcard

It's such a glorious day in the Barossa. Here's a postcard for those that can't make it here! HOME...

Veraison Kicks Off in Barossa Shiraz

The countdown to harvest is on! We’re seeing the first signs of colour change in Barossa Shiraz...

Let’s Talk About Mataro

Most often, Mataro is found as the M in GSM (also known as Mourvèdre or Monastrell or by a whole...

2016 Dolan & Dunn Shiraz Grenache Release

It’s back!  Thanks for being so patient waiting out the release of the 2016 Dolan & Dunn...

Spring is Sprung

It’s September, it’s spring, and vintage 2018 is on its way! And what could be more glorious than...

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by Caroline Dunn

SA Liquor Licence No 57615327
ABN 76 149 298 135

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