Paxton Wine’s cellar door at Landcross Farm is historically significant and stunningly beautiful, however, it’s only one piece of the Paxton vineyard’s puzzle. What most people don’t know is that Paxton have seven stunning family owned biodynamic vineyards throughout the McLaren Vale region, each with their own unique personality.

 

So, we thought, what better way to start introducing these vineyards to the wine loving public than by building a second regional cellar door, a portable one.

 

Welcome to Paxton’s Pop-up Cellar Door, temporarily located at one of McLaren Vales most premium Shiraz vineyards, our beloved Jones Block. You will find our retro fitted container on Olivers Rd, in between S.C.Pannell wines and the turn off for d’Arenberg’s cube.

Just like our cellar door at Landcross Farm (Wheaton Rd), we want this site to be as family friendly as possible, so we will slowly be enabling the site with some fun and entertaining activities, for both young kids and old.

 

Paxton Pop-Up is stocked with our Core, Mediterranean, and our Single Site wines (including Jones Block Shiraz), with 6-8 wines on tasting at any point in time and most of the Paxton Wines range available to purchase by the bottle. To taste the entire range of Paxton wines, please be sure to visit Landcross Farm, located at 68 Wheaton Rd, and operating seven days a week as normal.

 

Our Pop-up Cellar Door is open in the summer months, Friday through Sunday, from 1-6pm. Let us take you on a Paxton tour of McLaren Vale, starting with the highly praised Jones’s Block vineyard.

 

Also stay tuned for some pop-up events we have planned over the warmer months, more details to come via Facebook and Instagram, and please make sure you’re on our mailing list.

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  • 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.
  • Assistant winemaker Dwayne watches carefully as he tips the 2019 E J Shiraz berries, which have been through the destemmer, into the fermenting tank #paxtonwines #v19 #v19halliday #organic #biodynamicwine #shiraz #100yearoldvines #wineaustralia #mclarenvale #fleurieu #openfermentation
  • Owen and Nelson hard at work, carefully pitchforking the 1887 handpicked EJ Shiraz grapes into the destemmer before they are tipped into an open top fermenter. They will sit and ferment on the skins for 14 days...nothing but love here. #v19 #paxtonwines #organicwine #biodynamicwine #mclarenvale #oldvines #shiraz #EJ #wineaustralia #sawine #v19halliday
  • Paxton on tour in Holland #hoteldewereld where WWII officially ended and a stunning, historic venue.

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  • #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.
  • Assistant winemaker Dwayne watches carefully as he tips the 2019 E J Shiraz berries, which have been through the destemmer, into the fermenting tank #paxtonwines #v19 #v19halliday #organic #biodynamicwine #shiraz #100yearoldvines #wineaustralia #mclarenvale #fleurieu #openfermentation
  • Owen and Nelson hard at work, carefully pitchforking the 1887 handpicked EJ Shiraz grapes into the destemmer before they are tipped into an open top fermenter. They will sit and ferment on the skins for 14 days...nothing but love here. #v19 #paxtonwines #organicwine #biodynamicwine #mclarenvale #oldvines #shiraz #EJ #wineaustralia #sawine #v19halliday
  • Paxton on tour in Holland #hoteldewereld where WWII officially ended and a stunning, historic venue.

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