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About Us

"We only make wines we enjoy drinking ourselves!"

Philosophy

Shane Harris (winemaker) continues the Landhaus winemaking Philosophy

Our family represents the heart of all our activities. The generations of people in the Barossa who devoted their lives to wine  have instilled in our souls a deep respect for the identity of our territory and a firm characterization of our products.

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Our people

Our people make us different. We're passionate about making wines that are stylish, seductive and sophisticated.

John Jaunutis - Managing Director

John came to the wine industry from a finance background. John developed his passion for wine having spent years attending wine tastings and collecting & drinking the wines of the world.

From day one, John's role has been multifaceted. He is involved in the marketing and the creative side of the business, injecting many fresh ideas and is constantly nutting out new ways to keep the brand fresh.




Barbara Jaunutis - Administration Manager

Barbara joins the Wine Industry from a fairly diverse and successful career in Sales, Marketing and Finance. She now utilizes her Management skills in running the Landhaus Administration and Finances.


 


Shane Harris - Winemaker

Since 2006 Shane has been an integral part of the winemaking process. Shane is an innovative progressive winemaker. Attention to detail ensures the creation of the best interpretation of Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills regional wines, sourcing the finest fruit, intuitive winemaking and aged in super fine oak.

Landhaus has gone on to achieve outstanding reviews including the highly acclaimed 5 Red Star winery rating as well as being one of the top 10 Best New Wineries in Australia, from James Halliday in his Wine Companion. 



 

Our History

John and Barbara Jaunutis love of the Barossa Valley with its wines, people & lifestyle developed over 30 years of visiting the region. In 2002 they set out to live the dream & passion and bought the Landhaus property with its Vineyard and Cottage built in 1842 by the first Barossa Settlers.

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