Named after the shy black woolly wallabies, called Wallaroos that we sometimes find hiding in the vineyard, Wallaroo Wines is a family owned, cool climate vineyard in the renowned 'Hills of Hall' sub-region near Canberra. Straddling a granite ridge above the Murrumbidgee river, overlooking the gorgeous Brindabella Ranges, warm days and cool nights, during ripening, ensure full flavours combine with the unique Hall micro-climate to produce our soft, elegant, award-winning wines.
Wallaroo Wines is now holding free tastings and sales of its exceptional wines at the Capital Region Farmers Market (EPIC) everySaturday from 7-11:30 am! We love how the market is renowned for its authenticity and support for local producers and fresh produce. We also appreciate the support it is showing for fine local wines. Check out the Capital Region Farmers Market website for more details!
Shiraz 2008 Jancis Mary Robinson OBE, MW is a British wine critic, journalist and editor of wine literature who currently writes a weekly column for the Financial Times. We have been ever so fortunate to have her taste our wines, below is her review of our 2008 Shiraz:" Lively, developed and very transparent nose that suggests quite a cool climate. Sweet start but then a lovely dry finish. Really rather like a delicate Côte Rôtie. Very pretty. Lovely balance." Click on bottle to purchase!