News and Events

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

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...

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...

Jack's Back

Friday, May 26, 2017

When Jack Stanton planted a block of Shiraz in 1921, it was only a few years after he had returned from war and Australia was greeting the new decade with cautious optimism. With the help of his father - third generation winemaker John Richard Stanton -Jack established his own winery not far from the original Stanton property. Almost 100 years later, and after much patience and care in rejuvenating this very old vineyard, we have released one of our most special wines, the 2016 Jack’s Block Shiraz. Continue reading...

A New look for Stanton & Killeen Wines

Friday, November 01, 2013

We are very excited to announce that John Jewell Design of Albury has rejuvenated our labels and website to better represent our company. The new branding uses elements of our heritage and tradition with a contemporary touch.

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WHAT A WONDERFUL START TO 2013! This year’s vintage was a cracker. The beauty of wine is that each bottle represents the trials and tribulations of that particular vintage expressing the characteristics of the weather, the soils and the love of the vine.

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