News archives 2010

Reserve Shiraz deemed Excellent in Langton's 5th Classification
08 Nov 2010

Langton’s Classification was first released in 1990. It was created to build confidence in a fledgling Australian secondary wine market. Twenty years and four revisions later it is arguably the most famous wine classification outside Europe. To quote Max Allen "it is the closest thing we have in this country to an ‘official’ wine hierarchy."

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Reserve Shiraz deemed Excellent in Langton's 5th Classification
08 Nov 2010

Langton’s Classification was first released in 1990. It was created to build confidence in a fledgling Australian secondary wine market. Twenty years and four revisions later it is arguably the most famous wine classification outside Europe. To quote Max Allen "it is the closest thing we have in this country to an ‘official’ wine hierarchy."

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2010 Business SA Export Award Finalist
02 Nov 2010

Fox Creek was a state finalist in the Business SA Export Awards in the categories Regional Exporter and Small to Medium Manufacturer – for the third year running!

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2010 Advantage SA Regional Awards Winner
29 Oct 2010

Fox Creek has won the ‘Development Innovation Award’ for our large print and braille wine labels at the Advantage SA 2010 Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island Regional Awards. These awards recognise a commitment to excellence and regional leadership. The real buzz of course is the ongoing thanks that we receive from those that don’t have the privilege of sight.

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The Red Baron flies higher and higher
16 Mar 2010

Fox Creek’s 2008 Red Baron Shiraz has won the Kemeny’s Perpetual Trophy for the ‘Best Value Dry Red Table Wine of the Competition’ at the 2010 Sydney International Wine Competition.

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