Peter Lehmann `Seven Surveys` SMG 2007 (12 x 750mL), Barossa, SA.

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This wine was originally destined for export to Canada, but now available at Grays Australia at a fantastic price! Grab it before it runs out!

Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvèdre are the traditional red wine varieties of the Barossa and are perfectly complementary when blended together, producing a wine which is soft, complex and very approachable. The classic Barossa red wine blend.

SA - Barossa
South Australia

Expert Reviews

"This has now been given the ‘Seven Surveys’ moniker and should be readily available on special. It’s a very soft, easy drinking red with ripe plummy fruit and plenty of tannins. I’d be thinking sirloin steak, onions, chips, and a nice salad to keep the peace."Pretty Good - Peter Forrestal, Quaff 2009

"This wine is not perhaps what you’d expect from a Lehmann red, with its Barossan roots and foreboding pedigree. It’s actually a much cooler, more toned, fresher style of wine with a lighter, garnet colour and a frisky, perky flavour. Pretty red fruits bound around unfettered and pepper and spice call order every so often

before it all becomes too hilarious. This is a clever ‘session’ red with a smooth finish so your pals will adore it."

- Tyson Stelzer & Mathew Jukes, Food & Wine 2009, (NOV/2008)

Winery Tasting Notes


Vibrant red in colour.


The wine has soft aromas of black fruits, heaps of cherry and a touch of Mourvèdre spice.


A medium-bodied, fresh, youthful wine of beautiful velvet softness and good balance: a very approachable and quaffable drop.

Grape Varietal

A blend of 51% Shiraz and 25% Mourvèdre and 24% Grenache.

Food Matching

Perfect with roast lamb and all the trimmings, delicious with plump roast chicken, or more strongly flavoured pizza and pasta dishes.

SA - Barossa
Grape Style
Shiraz Blends
Closure Type
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Winery Profile

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In the face of a serious overproduction of grapes and the real possibility of growers facing financial ruin, Peter Lehmann found some investment partners, established a consortium and built the Peter Lehmann Wines winery. It was 1979.The first vintage was processed in 1980 and in 1982 the winery was formally named Peter Lehmann Wines. From then on, its wines have been marketed under the Peter Lehmann Wines label.

As an experienced winemaker, Peter Lehmann was all too aware of the challenges facing a young winery in a competitive market. Growth was well planned, slow and steady.

Initially, the winery facility was built to process fruit purchased from the local growers. Carefully and strategically, the Peter Lehmann Wines operation moved on from the bulk wine market to become a producer of premium bottled wines with a well-deserved international reputation.

As well as purchasing grapes from about 185 local independent growers, Peter Lehmann Wines has its own vineyards, which produce about 2% of its requirements.The famous Barossa wine region is a little over an hour by car north of Adelaide, South Australia’s capital. The Barossa comprises two regions, the Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, and these regions encompass a myriad of sub-districts.

The care and consideration which Peter Lehmann Wines brings to the selection of grapes enable the winery to produce a wide range of distinctive, award-winning and internationally acclaimed wines.

Our wines are created from grapes purchased from about 165 carefully selected independent growers as well as grapes grown in the four company-owned vineyards. Many of our growers’ families have worked the same vineyards for five and, in some cases, six generations. These Barossa vignerons tend to around 900 individual vineyards that run the gamut of the Barossa, through Lyndoch, Vine Vale, Light Pass, Stonewell, Greenock, Ebenezer and the Eden Valley.

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