Yalumba - Octaves - Shiraz Red Wine Barrels - 100 Litres


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About these Yalumba - Octaves - The Octavius Shiraz Red Wine Barrels - 100 Litres

Yalumba operates the Southern Hemisphere’s only fully operational Cooperage, crafting bespoke oak barrels that elevate the wines aged within them.  With an emphasis on crafting bespoke barrels from the ground up.  The only winery in the Southern Hemisphere to have an operational, on-site winery cooperage. Yalumba select the oak, then their two full-time Coopers, Shaun and Corey, carefully craft it into barrels that add unique flavour, complexity and aroma to our wines.

Yalumba 100L Octaves: A unique and rare barrel style, these barrels were made by the Yalumba cooperage, using premium American Oak, and are the only new oak barrels in the world to be coopered in this size. Used to mature their iconic red wine, The Octavius Shiraz, these barrels have had approximately 6 fills of premium Big Bold as Barossa Shiraz. As far as red wine barrels go, there is nothing more unique and iconic than these barrels.


  • 100 Litres (26 US gallons) ex-Yalumba Octaves Red Wine Barrels

Marketing Notice - Buyer Beware!

These barrels have spent the greater part of their life housing premium independent Fine Australian Wine.  The logos may or may not be shaved from the barrels prior to shipping and under no circumstances are customers allowed to leverage or use the former winemakers name in the marketing of their own beverages should you be a commercial brewer or distiller who is keen to use these barrels for commercial spirits or beer.  By all means you are allowed to store and age your beer and/or spirit in these barrels and give them another generous life and your allowed to market the story of your product but you are NOT ALLOWED to mention any brand(s) that formerly housed amazing wine in these wonderful barrels.

More Information on Barrel Making at Yalumba:

Yalumba import their oak from the best forests in the world. Once seasoned, the oak is delivered into the hands of the Yalumba Coopers to be fashioned into barrels. After being carefully cut and manipulated into shape, the Yalumba Coopers fire the barrels to toast the wood.  The Yalumba Coopers employ a long, slow, medium toast, which penetrates deep into the staves. This process results in a delicate toast that provides the winemakers with greater control and consistency, and elevates the natural aromas of the wine.