The best thing about all this beautiful rain we have had is how green everything is around us, it’s a pleasure to watch - as long as we can go back in to our wood fire in the cellar door afterwards that is!
We often get asked about our basket press, and what difference it makes to our wines. We believe this traditionally gentle way of pressing grapes, is the best way to capture the delicate aromas and flavours from the grapes, as well as soft tannins - key elements in making our wines so drinkable.
A quick clip about our iconic Block 6 from Duncan, our Winemaker. A nice insight from the man behind our wines.
Can you believe that in 1956 when the Kay Family opened the cellar door, wine had to be purchased in these two-gallon bottles, due to regulations! #forgetthemasonjars
Midweek is all about a hearty winter meal to warm you from the inside out, and what better than a little red wine to enhance the flavours? We’re thinking lamb, mash, and a red wine jus tonight!
It’s no secret that McLaren Vale is known for its great red wines. For Kay Brothers, reds are absolutely our speciality and we find great reward is recognising our strengths and focusing on how we can make those better every year, rather than thinking about what we’re missing out on #sorrychardonnay #toobadsavblanc
Do you want a chance to win the book ‘The Producers: A Taste of South Australia’? It features some of the state’s best wineries, breweries, and local produces, and features Kay Brothers! Comment on this post with your favourite Kay Brothers wine – and why – for your chance to win! Competition running across Facebook and Instagram until Tuesday at 4pm. One winner will be drawn at random on Tuesday at 4pm and be messaged directly. T&C's apply.
Who says Rosé is just for summer? I don’t know about you, but we have certainly been enjoying our delicate, dry style Rosé at the moment. It's just what you need for a refreshing start to a meal, antipasto platter, or a party with friends!