Welcome to Wild Fox Wines
Located along the Gawler River west of the Barossa Valley, since establishment in 1998,
our estate vineyard has been true to the best biodynamic and organic farming practices to produce quality natural wine grapes to make award winning wines. All for the pleasure of the fine wine connoisseur and especially for those with allergies and or indifference to additives.
"Producing the best tasting, best quality Organic wines for the good of our health
and the environment is not only our job,
it is our passion."
What makes Wild Fox unique
Organic establishment since 1998.
Consistently achieved A Grade certification with the Biological Farmers of Australia.
Our practices strive to harness nature’s balance,maximising fruit and wine quality.
Wines produced only from our vineyard.
Our wines are vegan friendly.
Low sulphur levels make it receptive to the sensitive wine drinker.
4 Star Rating in Winestate Magazine. Silver and Bronze medals in the 2010 WSA Wine Challenge (Wines and Spirits Asia) and at the 2010 and 2009 Australia / New Zealand Organic Wine Shows. Best Merlot and Rosè in the 2010 New York Wine Show.
Our Preservative FREE Rosè
Coming soon - complete range of Preservative FREE Wine.
WARNING - South Australian Liquor Licensing laws prohibit the sale of liquor to persons under the age of 18 years and the purchase of liquor by or on behalf of a person under the age of 18 years. Wild Fox wines strongly advocates the responsible consumption of alcohol.
We pride ourselves on producing a high quality product that can only be enjoyed when consumed responsibly by Adults of a legal drinking age, 18 years and over. For the safety and well being of everyone, please do not Drink and Drive. To drink and drive is a criminal offence.
SA Licence No: 514011568
Wild Fox Delivery Policy
Goods will NOT be left with persons under the age of 18 years (proof of age may be required).
Goods will NOT be delivered to unattended premises.
Goods MUST be signed for by a person aged 18 years ir over.
As advertised in the Daily Telegraph
Newspaper on the 14th & 21st Dec 2010.
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