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Handpicked Western Barossa Semillon grapes, macerated in our Barossa Dry Gin create a juicy Semillon Gin with a bright golden hue, coconut and burnt toffee characters and a balanced botanical structure.
Enjoy neat over ice, with a slice of fresh lime, or in your favourite sour cocktail.
Traditionally, Gin is a neutral spirit that is re-distilled with botanicals. To be categorised as a gin, the only requirement is it must have juniper berries as one of these botanicals. There is no prescribed amount of juniper required.
In addition to Juniper, we use a range of common and uncommon botanicals in our Seppeltsfield Rd Distillers gin, including coriander seed, citrus peel (orange, lemon, grapefruit), angelica root, star anise, pink peppercorns, Barossa lavender, chamomile, and elderflower, just to name a few.
Our gin is produced by re-distilling an ultra-premium, neutral grape spirit with a carefully curated selection of botanicals.
This is all done in our still 'Christine', through a combined process of pot distillation and vapour infusion.
The starting grape spirit is made by local Barossa business, Tarac Technologies, who create an ultra-premium neutral spirit from recycled winery waste.
Not very long; we drink it too quick!
In all seriousness though, if unopened, a bottle of gin can last several years, but once opened the spirit can oxidise, which can change the flavour and aromas. We recommend using an opened bottle within 12 months.
We are always happy to send you more.
Our gin contains no additives or fining agents and is made solely from ethanol, a selection of botanicals and water.
Our distillery team does not use any animal products or by-products in the production of our gin, which contains no additives or fining agents and is made solely from grape spirit (ethanol), a selection of botanicals, and water.
The neutral grape-based spirit shouldn't contain any animal by-products, but as we don’t control this part of the supply chain, we cannot claim our products are 100% vegan.
We despatch orders from the Barossa every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday through Australia Post.
Once dispatched, you will receive tracking details providing you with an approximate ETA.