News and Events

There is always something happening at Stanton & Killeen Wines. Stay informed and get all the latest news and upcoming events.

The Tweed Ride, 4th May

Friday, April 05, 2019

If you love bikes, food, wine, beautiful countryside and dressing up, the Feast High Country Tweed Ride is the event for you! This year, Stanton & Killeen will be hosting lunch on our lush lawns with some of our best wines matched to local produce. This 20km pedal around Rutherglen is growing ever more popular and is sure to sell out. So find your best checks and top hats to explore the region with friends and family in a very memorable way!  Continue reading...

Festa de Portugal at S&K, 11th May

Friday, April 05, 2019

The Stanton & Killeen family and their connection with Portuguese wine varieties is long and rich - so much so, one might even call it an obsession! As such, make way for ‘Festa de Portugal’, an extravaganza of all things Portuguese. Think live latin guitar to set the mood, mouth-watering share plates prepared in full view over an open flame, bright colours as far as the eye can see and delicious Portuguese varietal wine. This cultural spectacular is an evening not to be missed!  Continue reading...

Calling all Canberra foodies! We're honoured to have been invited by Paul and Dan from one of Canberra's best restaurants, Muse, to showcase our wines alongside Nick Bulleid MW, winemaker of Hatherleigh, for their Bipartisan Series dinner.  Continue reading...

Which varieties do we grow?

Tuesday, February 05, 2019


If you were at a trivia night and had to name as many grape varieties you could, how many do you think you could list? Do you know how many grape varieties there are in total? It would be an amazing (if not improbable) feat to remember all 1,368 varieties listed in the comprehensive bible of ‘Wine Grapes’ by Robinson, Harding & Vouillamoz (2012). Even to narrow it down further to the 130 varieties grown in Australia that James Halliday writes about in ‘Varietal Wines’ (2015) would be quite impressive. Continue reading...

Tastes of Rutherglen, 9th & 10th March

Monday, December 10, 2018

Tickets are now on sale for Tastes of Rutherglen, a progressive feast highlighting the best food and wine of the region. Roam around the wineries, sampling great food and wine matches with a wide range of entertainment and masterclasses. Each winery collaborates with a chef to bring you the best of the North East. Stanton & Killeen have teamed up with Wassim from La Maison with a focus of a full flavoured and fresh menu. Continue reading...

new labels

Wednesday, December 05, 2018

Welcome to a fresh new look for S&K! We are very proud of our new labels designed by Claudia Passera of CloudyCo. After careful consideration of our heritage along with our future direction, Claudia created a label that fits with our style, reputation and philosophy on quality. Continue reading...

summer 2018 quinta quarterly

Wednesday, December 05, 2018

This year, we welcomed six new people to the Stanton & Killeen team. From left to right there is Toni Harris (Cellar Door and Lab Assistant), Steve O'Callaghan (Cellar Hand), Candice O'Brien (Cellar Door Assistant), Rob McEwen (Cellar Door Supervisor), Fred Morris (Vineyard Manager) and Erica Miller (Cellar Door, Events & Customer Relations Manager). Continue reading...

spring quinta quarterly

Thursday, September 06, 2018

With Natasha on maternity leave, the task of writing the front page of our newsletter has been handed to me. I pondered for sometime on a theme before I decided that an update of our new releases would be fitting as we have just bottled several wines from the 2018 vintage. Continue reading...

rutherglen in the city

Wednesday, September 05, 2018

This two-day wine event at The Atrium in Fed Square will bring the essence of Rutherglen to the heart of Melbourne with a pop-up wine and cocktail bar alongside our region’s 19 winery cellar doors. Rutherglen in the City offers more than the average wine tasting event without the hassle of pre-booking or purchasing tickets.  Continue reading...

Winter Quinta Quarterly

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Did you know that by 2020, the word tokay will disappear from Australian wine labels, websites and all marketing material? We won’t even be able to write that Topaque was “previously known as Tokay”. It is already the case for 11 sensitive GIs (Geographical Indicators) that Australian winemakers once used to describe their wine styles, including Port, Sherry, Champagne and Burgundy. Continue reading...

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