Brothers in Arms `Side By Side` Malbec 2012 (6 x 750mL), Langhorne Creek.

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Side by Side, for six generations, my family have been the custodians of the ‘Metala’ vineyards since our first vine plantings in 1891, which still flourish today beside our more recent plantings. History and innovation working Side by Side to create our entirely estate grown and estate produced wines.

SA - Langhorne Creek
South Australia

Expert Reviews

Bright crimson-purple; has authentic varietal character in abundance, that spiced confit plum amalgam, or plum jam without being jammy, if that makes it clearer; the soft tannins also carry the length well. Rating 93 - Drink by 2020 - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion (FEB/2014)

Sometimes you need a sweeter red, like Friday nights, and Sat. Well, Sunday would be okay, or Monday…fruit up. Max Crus - GRAPE EXPECTATIONS - 9.0 POINTS May 2014

This 2012 Malbec is a beauty, reflecting why Malbec is grown more in Langhorne Creek than any other Australian wine region. Fruit for this one came off vines planted 12 years ago, the resultant wine a lovely floral and fragrant style, and which, as Liz says, is simply made for foods, chargrilled meats being particularly suited to it. David Ellis

Winery Tasting Notes


Inky violet in colour.


This Malbec is bursting with lifted floral aromas of rose petals and violets.


A concentrated palate of Satsuma plums and cassis fruits. Fruit driven yet supported with hints of integrated French oak and plush tannins.

Food Matching

Made for food, Malbec calls for strong meats, chargrilled.


Best enjoyed over the next five to ten years.

Medals & Trophies

TOP 5 -World Malbec Day - Melbourne 2014

Commended - 2014 International Wine Challenge - London

Commended - 2014 Decanter Wine Awards - London

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Brothers in Arms has a history of family grape growing spanning five generations, with Guy Adams' family purchasing the "Metala" property 125 years ago and planting the first vines - Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, in 1891.

Langhorne Creek in South Australia lies on the shores of Lake Alexandrina just a few miles from the Southern Ocean and is without question red wine country.

Guy and his wife Liz head up a dedicated team that are proud to produce wines of balance, structure and texture that are true to the Estate and true to the Langhorne Creek region.

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