Quattro Mano and winemaker Chris’ approach is to tread lightly and let the fruit speak. “The hardest thing is to not do anything…”

Can you tell us a little about your winery?

It’s borrowed! Thanks must go to our great mates Trevor and Faye March of Heathvale where we process our fruit. Small and slow. Steady as she goes.

Tell us something about you (or your wine) that we don’t know.

Small batch wines are all basket pressed…including the Riesling!

Give us one word that sums up Barossa


You’re going to a friend’s place for dinner, what drinks do you take?

A good gin and something Italian, red or white.

What’s your perfect night in (or your perfect night out)?

Anything involving being with family and friends. Good company.

What’s your food or wine guilty pleasure?

Whole egg mayo. 

Your Fave Road Trip Songs?

Toots & The Maytals “Got to be there”
Yo La Tengo “Autumn Sweater”
Arcade Fire “Une Annee Sans Lumiere”
Radiohead “There There (The Boney King Of Nowhere)”
Sigur ros “Se Lest”
Ed Kuepper “Friday’s Blue Cheer/Libertines of Oxley”

What grape variety or wine style most interests you at the moment?


You can ask any 3 people (alive or not) to a Barossa dinner party, who gets an invite?

Nelson Mandela
Joseph Stiglitz
Tom Waits

What food is on the table?

Anything Mediterranean or Middle Eastern.

Name your one Barossa ‘must do’

Tanunda Wurst House German Roll. Full of kransky and sauerkraut goodness!

Your most memorable wine? Or the wine that got you interested in the wine caper?

1956 Henschke Mount Edelstone…tasted in early 2000’s. Was still showing primary fruit. Stunning!

You know you ’re in Barossa when you …. See?

Stone settler cottages.