Brothers in Arms is a wonderful small production winery in the Langhorne Creek region of South Australia. The property was cultivated with grapevines way back in the 1890s. It is from these vines that their Cabernet Sauvignon is still made today. Now that is “old vine”!
The reason that I showcased Brothers in Arms for an interview with Cork’d is that they make some incredible, long aging wines. Over the course of the past year, I have had their 1998 Shiraz a couple times and it is as massive as most 2004! Truly spectacular.
I hope you enjoy the From the Vineyard to You: Q&A with James Hall of Brothers in Arms interview piece written exclusively for Cork’d.