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The Standish Wine Company is a strikingly beautiful winery located in Barossa Valley, South Australia. The winery and vineyards are family owned by Dan and Nicole Standish. Dan was first introduced to the art of pruning grape vines by his grandfather at the young age of six in their ancestral vineyard. Dan founded The Standish Wine Company in 1999 after securing a section of his family vineyard in the Barossa Valley. The same ancient plants that Dan carefully hand pruned are now used to produce his exclusive old vine shiraz collection, fittingly titled “The Relic.”

The Standish Wine Company focuses on Barossa Shiraz, and produces only single vineyard wines that reflect the unique conditions of the Barossa Valley

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The ancient Shiraz vines of the Barossa Valley, like the ones in the vineyards of The Standish Winery, are the reason that Barossa Shiraz has risen to international fame. The estate produces various examples of Barossa Shiraz, including The Relic, The Standish, The Schubert Theorem and Lamella. Each product is produced with the utmost attention to detail, blending traditional techniques with modern technology. The result is unique and superior shiraz that reflects the true characteristics of the terroir.

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Dan Standish has the Barossa Valley running through his veins. A 6th Generation native Dan created his eponymous label in 1999 whilst still working at Torbreck. Today his wines are some of the most highly regarded in the world with unanimous critical acclaim both here in Australia as well as the US. 

With some seriously old vines at his disposal, Dan crafts profoundly powerful wines that nevertheless are imbued with remarkable nuances and finesse. These are long-lived wines and totally captivating to smell and ponder. 

In the scheme of things, when you consider the price of Grange or Hill of Grace today, they are also extremely good value - and scarce. Epic wines!

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