Stage Door Wine Co has been the result of a long work-in-progress. A privately owned South Australian wine business, founded in 2013 by Graeme Thredgold, whose long history in both music and the brewing/wine industry inspired this range.
STWCo takes the passion and flair of the music and wine industries, and combines them to produce a range of premium wines with individual expression of place and time!
The fruit for the label is sourced entirely off the family owned vineyard in the Eden Valley, which was planted in 1996 to predominantly Riesling, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Close the doors, the 2017 Full House Cabernet is on stage.
Deep crimson-red with caramel and mint on the nose over blackcurrant and prune finishing on cue and true to role, with subtle dusty tannins.
Class always shines through – here’s to the poise and nobility of Cabernet.
Step aside, the 2018 Front and Centre Shiraz has entered the building!
Deep crimson-red of course with cherry liqueur chocolate on the nose. Chewy dark fruits linger on the palate followed by fine tannins.
Not accustomed to waiting – so drink now.
For the first foray with this Rhone style blend we chose the brilliant 2018 vintage and are very pleased with the outcome!
The wine is garnet red in colour with spice and raspberries on the nose that follow through on the palate. A playful wine that is testament to the notion that the “whole is greater than the sum of its parts”.
A modern, approachable red wine for all occasions – in a cool wine bar or chilled and swanning around on the beach in summer. Don’t wait, enjoy it now.
The 2019 Green Room Riesling is pale straw with spice over tropical fruits on the nose.
There is a broad palate of citrus from lemon to mandarin.
Raise a glass – what better way to mark time in the Green Room!
White Note Grüner Veltliner has graduated from a cameo role to sharing the limelight.
The 2019 is vinified in part with wild yeast and second-hand French oak, it is pale yellow in colour with passion fruit on the nose. Grapefruit, pineapple and peach on the palate finishing with a creamy/oily texture.
Take the path less travelled and don’t look back.