Brothers at War

South Australia | Barossa Valley

Our Review

Brothers Angus and Sam Wardlaw are behind this exciting addition to the contemporary Barossa wine scene and, as the name suggests, they could have possibly had the odd rumble as they were growing up under the watch of their father, Barossa winemaker, David Wardlaw. Established in '13 with a small intake of shiraz, the brothers gathered pace over the ensuing years, adding vigneron Chris Alderton to the mix and today the formidable trio craft a superb range of purely fruited, vibrant wines from across the Barossa and Eden Valleys. Brothers at War is a young winery with a very bright future indeed. -DAVE BROOKES


Syrah/Shiraz, Grenache, Cabernet, Mataro, Riesling, Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay

Cellar Door


The brothers suspended their war, got their hands dirty and have been busy renovating and refurbishing a new location to call home. Although the location is new for the brothers, our cellar door has a rich history spanning from the 1850s and the settlement of Tanunda. Located in the centre of Murray Street, Barossa’s steep history is carried on by a new generation in the Barossa Valley’s bustling heart. With tasting experiences on offer, the brothers believe there is no better place to enjoy a tasting and local produce platter, accompanied with a heated topical family debate.

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Winemaker Angus Wardlaw
Viticulturalist Chris Alderton
Region Barossa Valley
Address 58 Murray Street, Tanunda, SA 5252
Established 2013
Dozens 5000
Vineyards (area) 15 ha
Opening Hours Fri–Sat 11–7, Sun–Thurs 11–5
Telephone 0472 915 599