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We wanted to create a wine club, but more than that, we wanted to create a community. A group of like-minded individuals that appreciate the McLaren Vale wine region, are interested in organic / biodynamic principles, or just love Paxton Wines!

Whether it’s the end product you’re keen on, or the path we tread to get there, we want to get to know you; we want you to join Paxton Social.

 

Plenty of thought and effort has gone into building Paxton Social, and when you join us, you become our number one priority, on all levels.

 

Our aim is to make it as easy as possible for Paxton wine lovers to join; choose your own wines, how many you would like, and how often you would like to receive them, and you’re in!

 

Here’s how it works:
To join Paxton Social all you need to do is purchase a minimum of 6 bottles of wine per year. We’ll give you the option of 6 or 12 pack deliveries on a quarterly, six monthly, or annual basis. Your membership commences from your first order, with subsequent orders delivered based on your preference.

 

Should you wish to stop receiving regular shipments, you can cancel your membership after a minimum term of 12 months.

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  • A successful dinner tonight at the Highway Inn 🍷
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  • As the old saying goes, happy farmer & side kick dog, makes happy grapes and better wines! #davidpaxton #rocco #organicfarming #biodynamicfarming #mclarenvalewine
  • 90pt #BuyOfTheWeekAU @paxtonwines MV Shiraz 2017, McLaren Vale, AUD $22. @TheRealRvw @tpatersonwine #TopValue https://www.therealreview.com/2019/04/18/buy-of-the-week-au-272/
  • The following statement received today from Vegan Australia is consistent with advice we received before labelling our biodynamic wines as “Vegan Friendly”. We do not use animal products in the winemaking process.

Vegan certification and harm to animals before harvest

The aim of veganism is to avoid harming animals as much as possible and practicable. Due to common agricultural practices currently in use, the production of most plant products involves animals being harmed at some stage before harvest. These can be the animals harmed during clearing land for farms and factories, the animals used to produce manure, fish meal or blood and bone used as fertiliser, animals killed by pesticides and animals harmed during harvesting.

There are alternative methods of farming, such as veganics and stock-free farming, that try to address some of these issues, such as avoiding pesticides and animal fertilisers. However these are not yet used widely enough to produce food to feed a vegan world.

Currently, all major vegan certification organisations only take into account ingredients and processes used after harvest. This is done because, at the moment, it is not practicable to avoid all harm and still provide enough plant food for all.

In the future, when veganic methods of agriculture become more widespread, vegan certification schemes may be strengthened to include in their standards the principle that animal products must not be used before harvest as well.

Greg McFarlane
Vegan Australia
  • Soaking & sealing the new 500 litre puncheons to be used in gracefully barrel aging our beloved 2019 Paxton AAA Shiraz Grenache.

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  • Great night out for the Paxton girls at @ the launch of SA Life Food and Wine Magazine for 2019. We are so lucky in SA to have such amazing fresh produce and incredible wines on our doorstep #safoodmonth #seanskitchen #paxtonwines #organicwine #biodynamicwine #freshproduce #sagreat
  • Happy #nationalroséday June 8th 2019 #organicwine #biodynamicwine #grenache #shiraz #mclarenvalewine
  • Coming soon to Cellar Door only our new 2019 NOW Rose #rose #paxtonwines #organicwine #biodynamicwine #preservativefree #sawines #mclarenvale #fleurieupeninsula #wineaustralia #wineswithlife
  • #jameshalliday #cellaringissue2019 #aaashirazgrenache #93pt #organicwine #biodynamicwine #mclarenvalewine
  • #jameshalliday #jonesblockshiraz #96pt #cellaringissue #organicwine #biodynamicwine #mclarevalewine
  • Gravity rack and return = pure Paxton Wines. Wines with Life #paxtonwines #mclarenvalewine #organicwine #biodynamicwine #shiraz #v19 #v19halliday #wineswithlife #sawines #wineaustralia #quandongfarmshiraz
  • #paxtonwines #winedinner #organicwine #biodynamicwine #mclarenvalewines #thebishopwinebar
  • A successful dinner tonight at the Highway Inn 🍷
#paxtonwines #thehighway #winedinner #organicwine #biodynamicwine
  • As the old saying goes, happy farmer & side kick dog, makes happy grapes and better wines! #davidpaxton #rocco #organicfarming #biodynamicfarming #mclarenvalewine
  • 90pt #BuyOfTheWeekAU @paxtonwines MV Shiraz 2017, McLaren Vale, AUD $22. @TheRealRvw @tpatersonwine #TopValue https://www.therealreview.com/2019/04/18/buy-of-the-week-au-272/
  • The following statement received today from Vegan Australia is consistent with advice we received before labelling our biodynamic wines as “Vegan Friendly”. We do not use animal products in the winemaking process.

Vegan certification and harm to animals before harvest

The aim of veganism is to avoid harming animals as much as possible and practicable. Due to common agricultural practices currently in use, the production of most plant products involves animals being harmed at some stage before harvest. These can be the animals harmed during clearing land for farms and factories, the animals used to produce manure, fish meal or blood and bone used as fertiliser, animals killed by pesticides and animals harmed during harvesting.

There are alternative methods of farming, such as veganics and stock-free farming, that try to address some of these issues, such as avoiding pesticides and animal fertilisers. However these are not yet used widely enough to produce food to feed a vegan world.

Currently, all major vegan certification organisations only take into account ingredients and processes used after harvest. This is done because, at the moment, it is not practicable to avoid all harm and still provide enough plant food for all.

In the future, when veganic methods of agriculture become more widespread, vegan certification schemes may be strengthened to include in their standards the principle that animal products must not be used before harvest as well.

Greg McFarlane
Vegan Australia
  • Soaking & sealing the new 500 litre puncheons to be used in gracefully barrel aging our beloved 2019 Paxton AAA Shiraz Grenache.

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