Mike Press Goes International

As reported in the specialized press last year, Mike Press Wines have joined forces with Bob and Yuko Harris – an Australian-Japanese couple. Mike continues to make the wines, while son James manages the beautiful Kenton Valley vineyard with Mick Rawlings, and Judy looks after sales and marketing with daughter Sarah. The team continues with the same dedication to quality and customer satisfaction as always. ...Read More

Few people can put a tick in the value box as often as Mike Press

Plenty of fruit, well-integrated oak, a good drag of (ripe) tannin and a juicy finish. This is merlot, open and accessible but sans compromise. You get flavour and softness but you also get structural integrity; there’s nothing gloopy about this. Apple juice acidity is the only distraction but it’s offset by tangy notes of strawberry and redcurrant; in any case, everything else here is in a good place.
Campbell Mattinson

Two in Halliday Top 100


Mike Press adds value to Adelaide Hills

Mike Press (tastings), who sells quality Adelaide Hills wines at $15 a bottle, must cause some embarrassment in a region which is producing more and more expensive wines.
How does he do it? Shiraz, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, rosé and even pinot noir – all between $13 and $16 a pop. ...Read More