Jen Pfeiffer






Jen's Wines

Out of stock - more coming soon. In the meantime try Jen Pfeiffer The Rebel Tempranillo 2018

Out of stock - more coming soon. In the meantime try Jen Pfeiffer The Rebel Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Out of stock - more coming soon. In the meantime try Jen Pfeiffer The Hero Shiraz 2018

Out of stock - more coming soon. In the meantime try Quevedo 10 Year Old Tawny Port

Australia's Young Winemaker of the Year 2009

    • Jen grew up in a winemaking family and has been sipping some of the most legendary Australian wines from an early age. She's been able to travel widely and hone her craft with some of the best names in the business in France and Portugal before coming home to Oz.
    • A respected Wine Show judge, Jen has earned her family's winery a 5 Star rating from Aussie wine expert James Halliday.
    • With Angel funding, Jen is now working on creating an exclusive range of premium wines to show that Oz is able to create great boutique wines at remarkable prices.

Map of the Vineyard

Jen Pfeiffer's Story

"I was only 4 years old when my parents bought the historic "Old Distillery" property in Rutherglen in 1984.

I loved the freedom of exploring the vineyard on my bike, and knew all the best places to hide in the winery during games of hide and seek with my cousins. Growing up in a winemaking family, I was exposed to wine culture from a very early age, and thus began the process of absorption-soaking up plenty of knowledge about the Australian and international wine industries, and being exposed to some great wines from all around the world.

I just couldn't help but return to the family business, but not before a brief stint at Melbourne University studying Science/Law. In fact, it was in 2000 that I decided to come home to "do the vintage and earn a bit of cash, then head off overseas". I was given the responsibility of making the 2000 Pfeiffer Shiraz, and discovered I loved winemaking.When I was rewarded with a gold medal for that first wine, the rest is history, as they say.

Today, I love my winemaking role as much as ever, it appeals to both my scientific and creative mind. I believe it is the small details that can turn a good wine into a great wine. I strive for excellence across all styles, and enjoy the challenge of working with many and different varieties, from Riesling to Gamay and Shiraz to the fortifieds for which the Rutherglen region is famous.

In November 2009 (when I was 30), I was honored to be awarded the Wine Society's Young Winemaker of the Year Sommelier's Choice Award. I was awarded the title from a pool of the very finest young winemakers from across Australia and New Zealand. The two wines which captured the sommeliers' attention were the 2008 Pfeiffer Shiraz and the 2006 Pfeiffer Christophers VP. I owe it all to those outstanding wines.

Now we have amassed over 300 medals and 12 trophies for Pfeiffer Wines in the past decade I have worked for the winery. With Angel funding, we hope for many, many more in the future!"

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I love wine and love running. I run to burn the calories to drink wine ;-)

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Since my better half and I have found Naked Wines it has taken us to a different level! A different level in food preparation a different level in social interaction and a different level in just plain old enjoyment of life! Our journey has just begun and we have learned to slow down, breathe and go to places we never thought we would! Thank you Naked Wines for enlightening us and giving us the chance to be part of a wonderful creation of superb wines! Cheers!

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