All Saints Estate also won the prestigious Decanter Asia Wine Awards Fortified ‘Regional Trophy’ in late October 2012 for the All Saints Estate ‘Rare’ Rutherglen Muscat.

All Saints Estate’s ‘Rare’ Rutherglen Muscat was awarded by a panel of internationally acclaimed judges including co-chair, Jeannine Cho Lee, Master of Wine, and famous wine writer Steven Spurrier.
The Decanter Asia Wine Awards have already become Asia’s largest wine competition.

This significant achievement is consistent with the fantastic results gained at the Decanter World Wine Awards in May 2012, where All Saints Estate had once again won a string of gold and silver medals for its entire range of wines including their renowned Marsanne and illustrious Muscats.

“Our premium fortified range contains some of the finest wines of their kind on the planet” says Chief Winemaker Dan Crane.

The All Saints Estate ‘Rare’ Rutherglen Muscat is a “combination of fresh material, rich, luscious aged flavours and beautifully integrated spirit which produces a wine with many layers of intensity”.

“All Saints Estate won the first award for Australian wine, a Gold Medal in London in 1878. The constant media coverage and amazing wine show results on the international scene show our international credentials as producers of exceptional wine. It’s a fantastic result for our winemaking team, Dan Crane and Nicholas Brown” says Eliza Brown, CEO.

Eliza runs daily operations of the estate alongside her two siblings Angela and Nicholas Brown. All share the vision of producing outstanding premium table wines and Australia’s finest winery experience. They believe that innovation, youthful passion, sustainability, a healthy respect for traditional winemaking and a talented team of people are the key to delivering that vision.