Thorn-Clarke Wines Barossa

Thorn-Clarke Wines Barossa


Thorn-Clarke Wines Barossa

Wine Ranges

Ron Thorn
Ron Thorn Shiraz
William Randell
William Randell Cabernet Sauvignon
William Randell Shiraz
Shotfire Shiraz
Shotfire Cabernet Shiraz
Shotfire Quartage
Terra Barossa
Terra Barossa Shiraz
Terra Barossa Shiraz Cabernet Petit Verdot
Terra Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon
Terra Barossa Importers Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
Terra Barossa Importers Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

2012 | 2007

This is one of my go-to wineries for top values from the Barossa Valley in Australia. The Thorn family has been growing grapes since the 1870’s, and the quality of these wines are impressive. Moreover, the prices are almost ridiculously low, making these wines frequent entries in The Wine Advocate. The 2012 Terra Barossa Importer’s Reserve reveals fabulous richness for a wine in this price range along with a full-bodied mouthfeel, and lots of blackberry and crème de cassis fruit intertwined with hints of charcoal, burning embers and vanilla from its oak aging. A note of roasted coffee beans and a sweet, creamy mouthfeel make for a lush, opulent, impressive wine that over –delivers in quality, flavour, intensity and character. It tastes like something costing twice as much. Drink now-2020.”

90 Points – The Wine Advocate, November 2014

Terra Barossa Merlot
Sandpiper Shiraz
Sandpiper Cabernet Sauvignon
Sandpiper Merlot
Sandpiper Chardonnay
Sandpiper Pinot Gris
Sandpiper Riesling
Eden Trail
Eden Trail Riesling
Eden Trail Shiraz
Morello Nebbiolo
Morello Nebbiolo

2012 | 2011 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007

Light delicate fragrant nose soft and gentle across the palate and the most wonderful finish with perfume lingering, great value at $20.’”

94 Points – The Key Review of Wine, Tony Keys, September 2014

Mount Crawford
Mount Crawford Riesling
Mount Crawford Pinot Grigio
Mount Crawford Pinot Gris
Mount Crawford Chardonnay
Milton Park
Milton Park Chardonnay
Milton Park Shiraz
Sparkling Wines
Sparkling Pinot Noir Chardonnay
Sparkling Pinot Noir Chardonnay


“Smart packaging reminiscent of the label of Louis Roederer. Left on lees for a number of months; its salmon pink; the 60% pinot noir component is dominant, with its abundant cherry, strawberry fruit carrying through to the creamy back palate.”

91 Points – James Halliday Wine Companion Magazine, December 2013

18 Year Old Tawny
18 Year Old Tawny

“Dark and sweet, with coffee and allspice notes weaving through a fairly sweet layer of tea, walnut and creme brulee. Persists nicely.”

90 Points – Wine Spectator Insider, Vol. 9, No. 16, April 17, 2013