Peter Lehmann `Margaret` Semillon 2006 (6 x 750mL), Barossa. RRP$28

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RRP $28

$15.99 per Bottle
$95.94 per case
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Exceptional vineyards are the heart of the Barossa Excellence Collection. Rare wines that define excellence in Barossa winemaking.

Peter Lehmann Wines has always had enormous faith in Barossa Semillon and believe it is a unique Australian white wine style. This wine is named in honour of ‘Margaret’, Peter Lehmann’s wife, who is a proclaimed champion of Barossa Semillon and a feisty supporter of all good things Barossan, including Peter himself.

SA - Barossa
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes


The colour is vibrant gold with tinges of green at the edges.


The bouquet is restrained with hints of lemon flower and bees wax.


2006 was one of the greatest white wine vintages we have seen in recent times and this wine is set for a

very long life with its zesty, tight mineral acidity. This trophy winning wine shows just how good old vine

Barossa Semillon can be when the grapes are picked early to make a dry white wine of great purity.

This is our best Semillon of vintage and is a limited release.

Cellaring Potential

The zesty, tight mineral acidity indicates that this wine will continue to age gracefully for many years.

Food Matching

Superb with creamy vegetable soups, or butter pan-fried scallops with a squeeze of lemon juice, asparagus & a classic Hollandaise, & the only wine which sings with fresh tomato and basil dishes.

Medals & Trophies


The Prowien Trophy for Best Dry white Semillon, Class 3 Barossa Wine Show 2009.

Gold Medal

Adelaide Wine Show 2008

Barossa Wine Show 2009

Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2011

National Wine Show 2011


Sydney Royal Wine Show 2011

Barossa Wine Show 2011

Top Silver, International Wine & Spirit Competition 2011


Sydney Royal Wine Show 2011

Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2011

SA - Barossa
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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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