The Concerto label is part of the Stonefish International range of wines, owned by Peter Papanikitas. Sourcing premium fruit from acclaimed Australian wine regions, this brand was inspired by a deep passion for both art and music, and a desire to create wines that sing with sophistication and elegance!

The labels feature original paintings, commissioned by Peter and are portray different musical instruments to reflect the different types of wine in each.

This range of wines is produced in Australia for Stonefish International. For information regarding international export of this product please visit

Wine Range

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Concerto Cabernet Sauvignon

Region: Margaret River
Current Vintage: 2017 | Cartons 6 x 750ml

This elegant Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon is deep red in colour with rich ripe fruit characters of black cherry, raspberry, blackcurrant and dark plum on the nose. The palate is full of juicy succulent fruit perfectly balanced with soft tannins and subtle oak. A beautifully structured wine with a silky smooth finish.

Bronze Medal – 9th FBAT International Wine Challenge

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Concerto Shiraz

Region: Barossa Valley
Current Vintage: 2016 | Cartons 6 x 750ml

Black fruit aromas dominate with rich dark berry and mulberry characters and a deep crimson purple hue. The palate has delicious plum flavours with perfectly integrated tannins to produce an elegantly styled wine.

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