By: Stefanie Juelsgaard
K&L Staff Member
This is truly a wine that stands apart from the rest in the Barossa. The vines were planted in 1852 and yield fruit that is concentrated and interesting, while still being delicate and intricate. There is fruit here, but not the fat, rich kind. It is soft, dusky, and full of nuance. Bethany is one to know in the Barossa.