The Chaffey Bros Wine Co Story
Brothers-in-law Daniel Chaffey Hartwig and Theo Engela are the latest generation of the Chaffey family to ply their vinous trade in Australia.Their hand-made, minimal intervention wines come from small parcels of low yielding vineyards spread throughout the Barossa and Eden Valleys. Drawing on true old vines and complex soils they see themselves as part parfumer - discovering delicate aromatics; part historian - preserving the purity of pristine fruit and part mad scientist - reveling in the art of small batch blending.
Why's this wine for you?

Who are the Chaffey Brothers? They are Daniel Chaffey Hartwig and Theo Engela, brothers in law and are the newest generation of the Chaffey family to put their hands and minds to the vines. They look to low yielding vineyards from Eden and the Barossa to craft alluring elixirs that are expressive of place, and of the region’s history.

All the Chaffey Bros. wines are made with minimal intervention to allow fruit and region to shine but, critically, the brothers don’t allow any hard and fast rules or philosophies get in the way of making the wines that they want to drink. Respect for tradition paired with innovation, and respect for fruit and terroir paired with a refreshing lack of zealotry.

Take the Tripelpunkt Riesling, for example. It comes from a single vineyard, yes, but the fruit is taken from three differing aspects then blended together, whole bunch pressed with 18 hours on skins. It’s so much fun to drink - a textural and aromatic wonderland.

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How's it taste?
Bright, floral, fresh, slightly soapy, some apple concentrate and lime essence stuff going on, feels a bit concocted and non-grape fruity but also settles into being a decent drink, adult cordial style. Mouth-watering acidity a lovely feature and finishes the wine really well.
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Huon Hooke
Pale yellow colour, with a lifted fragrance of fresh flowers and whispers of citrus blossoms. The wine is just off-dry, the sweetness helping make it more approachable at this tender age. It's very young and bright, will live long and reward cellaring, and it is delicious now. The balance is superb.
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