Basedow Wines

Founded in 1896, Basedow winery has been consistently producing quality wines in South Australia’s Barossa Valley for over 100 years. Johannes Christoff Basedow was a carpenter by trade and built famous regional landmarks in the Barossa including Chateau Tanunda and Bethany Chapel. With a keen interest in wine, he and his brother Friedrich, a founder of Roseworthy Agricultural College, went on to build Basedow winery in 1896. Although Johannes passed away a few short years later, his nephew Oscar resurrected the family’s legendary winemaking tradition and with his passion came much success. Today, Basedow is owned and operated by national wine producer and wholesaler, the James Australia Group, however the focus for producing memorable Barossa wine continues. Basedow Wines Philosophy A combination of tradition and innovation serve as the foundation of Basedow’s winemaking philosophy. The Basedow range embodies fruit character and regionality. Basedow Wine Range The Basdow Wine range encompasses: White Label, Black Label, Johannes Range and Oscar’s Range. Basedow Wine Types Renowned for producing traditional Barossa style lightly wooded Semillon and full-bodied Shiraz, Basedow’s current range also includes Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.