Wines by Clonakilla
Clonakilla Hilltops Shiraz
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $28.99
  $347.00
Available by the dozen
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Clonakilla ORiada Shiraz
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Fruit Shiraz Viognier
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $35.99
  $431.00
Available in cartons of six
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Clonakilla ORiada Shiraz 375ml
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $22.99
  $275.00
Available by the dozen
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Clonakilla Riesling
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Fruit Riesling
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $28.99
  $345.00
Available in cartons of six
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Clonakilla Semillon Sauvignon Blanc
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Fruit SauvBlanc Semillon
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $24.99
  $297.00
Available by the dozen
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Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier
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Fruit Shiraz Viognier
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $99.99
  $1197.00
Available in cartons of six
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Clonakilla Tumbarumba Chardonnay
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Fruit Chardonnay
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $39.99
  $477.00
Available in cartons of six
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Clonakilla Viognier
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Fruit Viognier
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $44.99
  $537.00
Available in cartons of six
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Clonakilla Viognier Nouveau
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Fruit Viognier
Regions Hilltops
  New South Wales
  Each $25.99
  $311.00
Available in cartons of six
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More About Clonakilla Winery
Clonakilla is a small, family winery dedicated to making distinctive, handcrafted wines, they can be hard to find but are worth the search
Clonakilla was established in 1971 by John Kirk, a Canberra based research scientist. Of Irish descent, John came to Australia with his young family in 1968 to work with the CSIRO Division of Plant Industry. To his surprise despite the suitability of the environment there was no wine industry in the cool southern table lands of NSW around Canberra. To remedy this situation, in 1971 he bought a 44 acre farm near the village of Murrumbateman in New South Wales, 40 kilometres north of Canberra. The soil consisted of sandy clay loams over a friable clay subsoil and, with a climate not dissimilar to the Bordeaux region and Northern Rhone valley in France, he held high hopes for its wine producing potential. Clonakilla»