The Kaesler vineyards are located around the village of Nuriootpa in the Barossa Valley and have been planted since 1893. After working in France and South Africa long, the successful winemaker Reid Bosward returned to Barossa in 1999 to work with several partners. Kaesler to take over. The biggest temptation for this acquisition was the opportunity to work with an unprecedented amount of older vineyards. All vineyards are cultivated according to a 'sustainable viticulture program. As a result, the old vines produce compelling and concentrated wines characteristic of the region. It is striking that the style of the wines has become more refined over the years. This balance between power, concentration, freshness, and elegance is perfectly reflected in, for example, the beautiful Shiraz called 'The Bogan'.