Thomas Wines

+61 8 8557 8583 Adey Road PO Box 490
McLaren Vale, CT 5171
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During more than 25 years, the growth of the winery has been remarkable, with production levels above 15,000 cases per year; making over 50 different Vinifera wines of all kinds using grapes from the West Coast, but fashioning the wines in an old-world, French style. The latest chapter features the invention of the world's only sugar-free sweet wine, Slender , with a patented process that created a tasty, unique product for those who don't want or can't have sugar. But, this may not be all, so join us for the wonderful world of Wine with Chateau Thomas while we continue to dream. He traveled to Napa for several years studying under famous winemakers until he opened his first location on the south side of Indianapolis. The winery continues to grow. Chateau Thomas wines have been served in the Governor's Mansion, to the President and the Vice-President of the United States, at the National Democratic Governor's Conference in Washington, DC, and was the official wine of American Trans Air Airlines. Our Grapes: Chateau Thomas produces all its wines from Vinifera (old world) grapes harvested from the finest vineyards in California, Oregon, and Washington State and continues to strive to produce the fine wines. Read more »

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  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Sémillon

    History of the grape: Little is documented about the early years of this grape, which is surprising due to its distin...

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  • It's interesting that a few new topics have popped up recently (Experiencing Cabernet Franc for one) and that my wife Sandra just today handed me an article by Dave McIntyre she cut out of a Washington Post newspaper dated 25 March 2015.  I'm starting this new topic based on this article "The wine cost four digits.  And the taste?" regarding the... Read More

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  • Little is as exciting as seeing transitions in a tradition-bound region. In Chablis, a land locked by tradition and a single variety, innovation might seem unfeasible. Not only is Chardonnay the rule, but the wines in Chablis are supposed to taste very predictable – at least on the palates of seasoned sippers. Yet there is new energy in Chablis,... Read More

    From the article The New Old Rules of Chardonnay in Chablis

  • Met an out of town friend today at Rivers-Marie to taste through their current release with Thomas and Will.2013 Joy Rd Chardonnay2013 B. Thieriot Chardonnay2013 Panek Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Lore Cabernet Sauvignon2013 Corona Cabernet Sauvignonplus we finished off with a library 2010 Summa Old Vines Pinot NoirNo formal notes as it was a casual ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekday Wines

  • The opening paragraph of Thomas Buckley’s May 29 article in Bloomberg Business tells the story quite well:  “A bottle of one of the world’s rarest wines sold for $18,000 at a London auction Thursday. There’s just one problem – it may be undrinkable.”The wine in question, sold at a Bonhams auction house, is a Chateau Mouton Rothschild from 1945. ... Read More

    From the article Spoiler Alert: Possibly Oxidized Big-Ticket Bottle Sells for $18,000

  • Once their oak has done its duty as a gracious host to delicious wines, most wine barrels kiss their viticulture days goodbye and leave the winemaking business for woodier pastures.  This lonesome narrative tugged at the heart of a pair of Portland (Ore.) entrepreneurs, who decided to start their own business in which they resurrect old wine bar... Read More

    From the article Let No Barrel Go To Waste: Oregon Company Turns Old Into New

  • Claire Suddath’s May 22 Bloomberg Business story reads like an-old school crime novel, and rightly so: “A Pinot Noir”, the story is titled.  Suddath provided the reader with an overview of the most recent rash of wine thievery in which wines from Burgundy and Bordeaux have been the bounty and famous restaurants have been the befuddled.  “In the ... Read More

    From the article Stealing the Limelight: Bloomberg Explores Recent High-Profile Wine Heists

  • You can’t deny screw caps prevent cork taint, but has the emerging closure tainted tradition?  Washington State University’s (WSU) Viticulture and Enology program seems to think not, according to an article published yesterday in The Seattle Times. “They don’t stand on snobbishness when it comes to making wine at Washington State University,” As... Read More

    From the article Screw Caps Up the Wazoo: Washington State University Prefers Twist Over Cork

  • How brutal was winter? Just forget it. Forget how cold it was, forget how much snow you had. Let your mouth tell you as your brain convinces you to push past cases of luscious and full-bodied red wines that are aching for you. I’m reaching past them, into the remnants of mixed cases for the delightful wines of summer. Patio wines, front stoop wi... Read More

    From the article Top Ten Spring Wines Under $25

  • The opportunity to invest in wine before it enters the bottle is a special one, especially when it comes to Bordeaux. En Primeur is a long and storied tradition of the Old World. It also has been adopted in New World regions such as California and Australia. Tasting young barrel samples two years prior to a vintage’s release is a palate-twisting... Read More

    From the article Investing in Bordeaux 2014

  • "Guess what day it is"  It's Wednesday, April 15th 2015. Aside from being Tax Day it means time for the annual Las Madres Vineyard Winemakers Luncheon. 2014 marks the 15th leaf and will be the 12th vintage for this cool climate Syrah vineyard nestled in the rolling hills of Carneros in Sonoma. It's been cool, foggy and windy the past few days le... Read More

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