Peter Lehman was a legendary figure in Australian wine folklore. He spent 13 years working at Yalumba and 20 years at Saltram where he made wonderful wines. He set up on his own in 1979 after a falling-out with his masters at Saltram and initially named his company Masterson Barossa Vignerons, after the famous Damon Runyon character, gambler Sky Masterson. For the first 15 years he owned no vineyards, buying-in fruit from as many as 200 growers. In 1994 he bought the Stonewall Vineyard from which the company's finest Shiraz is made. Peter Lehman died in 2013.
The firm, now run by Peter`s son Doug, produces a wide range of textbook Barossa varietals and blends, with the Shiraz wines being particularly renowned and sought-after.
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