Jacob’s Creek – The Famous Australian Wine

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The famous Australian wine Jacob’s Creek is named after the Creek running through the Barossa Mountain Ranges in South Australia. The Jacobs Creek estate demonstrates a rich winemaking history of the Gramp & Sons wine company. They were Bavarian immigrants, and to get the taste of their homeland, they decided to cultivate the grape varieties of their country.

In 2011 Jacob’s Creek wine celebrated its 35th birthday. In 1973 Jacob’s Creek introduced its first blend, Shiraz Cabernet and Malbec, sold in the name of Claret which an Orlando wine company launched in 1976. Here we will discuss the history of Jacobs Creek with the top Jacob’s-Creek wine, their price, and food pairing. Let’s get started:

History of Jacob’s Creek

Johann Gramp

The history of Jacob’s Creek can be recalled from 1847 when Johann Gramp started cultivating wine grapes on a 30-hectare land. This land was located on the sides of Jacob’s Creek, and this was the first commercial grape-growing land of Barossa.

In 1850 Johann Gramp founded a small winery and underground cellar for making wine. Then Gustav, son of Johann, changed the winery’s location to its current location, which is at Rowland Flat, 2kms from the vineyard of Johann’s. Johann’s great-grandson Collin Gramp started to engage modern techniques in 1953 for producing new Australian wine varieties.

Collin also located a new land for a vineyard On Barossa Ranges for cultivating Riesling vines. This gradually paved the way for crafting the Steingarten Wines. In 1947 this winery celebrated the platinum jubilee of winemaking, and to commemorate this, they have planted a mulberry tree. For celebrating the 150th year of wine production, they have produced new Riesling grapes on their original vineyard site.

Jacob’s Creek’s wine brand was officially launched in 1973 when the owners introduced a blend of Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Cabernet, sauvignon, and Malbec grapes. In 1984 the brand started to market its product worldwide and exported the wine to the UK for the first time. Jacobs Creek is famous for its Sparkling wine, and the first Jacob’s Creek Chardonnay Pinot Noir was launched in 1988. This brand is now the creator of some premium quality Australian wine with the Reserve Range and Cool Harvest wine series.

Top Jacob’s Creek Wines

Here is a list of the best Jacob’s Creek wines:

  1. Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Moscato
  2. Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Classic
  3. Jacob’s Creek Pinot Noir Reserve 2015
  4. Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Cabernet Classic 2017
  5. Jacob’s Creek Cabernet Sauvignon Double Barrel
  6. Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Double Barrel

Jacob’s Creek Red Wine

Here is a list of Jacob’s Creek top red wines:

  • Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Classic
Jacob’s Creek

Jacob’s Creek Classic Shiraz offers an excellent fresh taste. It is created from Syrah grape variety produced in South Eastern Australia. Shiraz Classic tasted vibrant but silky, and the spicy plums and blackberries offer a satisfying finish. This drink contains the aromas of tangy blackberries with a touch of dark chocolate and toasty oak. It has 13.9% alcohol.

It would be best to pair Shiraz classic with roasted lamb leg or hard cheese such as Cheddar.

This Jacob’s Creek red wine price is $11.09 for a 750 ml bottle.

  • Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Cabernet Classic 2017

Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Cabernet Classic 2017 is a famous Jacobs Creek red wine with great taste. This wine is made of Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah Grape Varieties that contain vibrant, fruity aromas with a long, velvety finish and delicate tannins. There is an aroma of spicy red fruit and cherry with a touch of cedary oak. Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Cabernet Classic 2017 has 13.9% alcohol content.

It goes best with spicy grilled steak, pizza, or pasta dishes with tomato flavors.

This Jacob’s Creek wine price is 15.59 USD for a bottle of 1.50 L.

  • Jacob’s Creek Cabernet Sauvignon Double Barrel

Jacob’s Creek Cabernet Sauvignon Double Barrel is a complex, ripe, and layered red wine. Cabernet Sauvignon grape variety is used to make this wine. It is smooth and beautiful in taste with aromas of vanilla, nuts, and varietal cassis with hints of leaves and ground spices. The ABV percentage is 14.30% for this wine.

It can be paired with a roasted rack of lamb and chargrilled eggplant.

This Jacob’s Creek price is $16.99 for a bottle of 750 ml.

  • Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Double Barrel

Jacob’s Creek Shiraz Double Barrel is a premium quality red wine created from Syrah grapes. It has a complex taste with the notes of plum, blackberry, and vanilla, with a touch of cherry. This wine has a lovely soft finish with 14.80% alcohol content.

It goes well with pan-seared scotch beef fillet wrapped in smoky bacon.

A bottle of 750 ml Jacobs Creek Shiraz Double Barrel costs $16.99.

Jacob’s Creek White Wine

Let’s know about the best Jacob’s Creek White Wines:

  • Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Moscato

Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Moscato is a light and refreshing white wine created with Muscat Blanc A Petits Grains. It contains a refreshing tropical smell with pear, peach, and honeysuckle undertones with 9% alcohol content.

It goes best with Indian curries, spicy prawns on the barbeque, and summer fruit desserts.

The price for a 750 ml bottle of this wine is $9.99.

  • Jacob’s Creek Pinot Noir Reserve 2015

Jacob’s Creek Pinot Noir Reserve 2015 was created using premium quality fruits. Pinot Noir grapes are used to create this wine. There are sour cherry fruits and stylish oak notes with refined fresh yet savory aromas with berries, exotic spices, and integrated cinnamon oak. There is 13.90% alcohol in this wine.

It can be paired with roasted duck, mushroom ragu, and polenta.

A 750 ml bottle of Jacob’s Creek Pinot Noir will cost $14.19.

Jacob’s Creek Wine Price in India

Let’s check out some Jacob’s Creek prices in India:

  • Price of Jacob’s Creek Classic Shiraz Cabernet, Rs. 1015, for 750ml
  • Jacob’s Creek Classic Chardonnay costs Rs. 1015 for a 750ml bottle.
  • Jacob’s Creek Chardonnay Pinot Noir’s price is Rs. 1485 for a 750ml bottle.
  • The price of the Jacob’s Creek Sparkling Rose 750ml bottle is Rs. 1650

 Jacob’s Creek prices in Delhi and other parts are the same as mentioned above. So, Indian people can also have premium quality Jacob’s Creek wine at affordable prices.


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