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Brothers in Arms

Brothers in Arms, wines from Australia
seeking for worldwide distributors

History Of Brothers In Arms

At Brothers in Arms we put our heart into full-bodied wine that is true to the estate and true to the region. Our wines showcase our quality fruit and reflect the spirit of our family tradition. Since being established in 1998 we have achieved national & international recognition for our Brothers in Arms bottled beauties.

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The first vintage saw only 5 tonnes of Shiraz produced, a volume which has now grown to over 700 tonne per year. In all 212 hectares are planted to vines with the balance of the 1000 Ha (2,500 acres) property given over to Merino sheep and cropping.

Our Family

Brothers in Arms is very much a family concern. As the owners, Guy & Liz Adams are involved in all aspects of the business on a daily basis. It’s not surprising really as they live on the vineyard only 2 minutes down the road to the winery.

The homestead is the hub of everything as well as being the domain of their 2 children, Myles & Emily. They are the 6th Generation to live at Metala and are the inspiration for many things, including the No.6 label.

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Brothers in Arms

2007 Brothers in Arms Cabernet Sauvignon

Vibrant, deep magenta/crimson colour. Dark fruit/blackberry aromas combine with earthy eucalypt mint tones and a hint of violets. Well-structured opulent, rich blueberry and blackcurrant characters on the palate, balanced French oak flavours well integrated with juicy, tight tannins that ensure excellent length of flavour and elegance. This compelling Cabernet Sauvignon will improve further over the next 10 to 12 years.

2007 Brothers in Arms Shiraz

Deep crimson colour. Distinct regional aromas of menthol, peppermint and mocha coffee, biscuity/biscotti-like oak interwoven with blackberry and a touch of leather. Intense blackcurrant fruit and spice on the palate with super fine tannins that build with intensity and result in a long finish. Starts small and finishes big!

Side by Side

2012 Side by Side Malbec

Inky violet in colour, this Malbec is bursting with lifted floral aromas of rose petals and violets. A concentrated palate of Satsuma plums and cassis fruits. Fruit driven yet supported with hints of integrated French oak and plush tannins.Made for food, Malbec calls for strong meats, chargrilled and best enjoyed over the next five to ten years.

2012 Side by Side Shiraz

Deep rich red in colour, this Shiraz displays generous regional Langhorne Creek characteristics of red berry fruits, black pepper and cinnamon spiced aromas leading to juicy blackcurrants, earthy touches and fine velvet tannins.

Born to age, our wines are made with complexity and texture to mature and best be enjoyed over the next eight to ten years.

2012 Side by Side Cabernet Sauvignon

Bright crimson and magenta in colour, this Cabernet Sauvignon has classic regional Langhorne Creek aromas of blackcurrants with a herbal Cabernet lift. Touches of mocha,mint leaf and spice lead to mouth filling flavours of blackcurrant and cassis fruits and chocolate. Firm tannins provide a long finish best enjoyed over the next five to ten years.

2010 6th Generation Cabernet Sauvignon

Bright crimson and magenta in colour. Aromas of blackcurrants with a herbal Cabernet lift and touches of mocha, lifted mint and spice lead to mouth filling flavours of blackcurrant and cassis fruits, chocolate and mocha. Firm, classic Cabernet tannins provide a long finish.

2010 6th Generation Shiraz

Vibrant crimson/magenta in colour. Plum, raspberry and blackcurrant aromas, floral "Turkish Delight" notes with lovely French oak and chocolate. The palate displays raspberry confectionery, rose petals and darker plum elements.

The tannins have grip yet are very fine and the finish is long. The wine conveys an elegant contrast between softness and structure.

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