Allocation Registration


Since 2001, each vintage release of the Ulithorne Frux Frugis are allocated to our list of Ulithorne Allocation Buyers. The increasing global demand on these iconic wines are pressing as production is kept at a constant.

Our Ulithorne Allocation Customers are a primary reason for our success and therefore will always be communicated

Ulithorne produces small batch individual vineyard parcels that are identified as unique to the vineyard, reflecting the micro climate location, soil profile and age of the vines.

Each parcel is meticulously selected in the vineyard. Our winemaker throughout harvest, tastes and analyses each section of the vineyard to select the ideal ripened state and taste profile of each corner of the vineyard.

Hand pickers can frequent each vineyard up to more than ten times throughout harvest, picking as little as a tonne of fruit as selected by our winemaker as an essential small component of our 17 acres old vine vineyard.

If you would like to add your name to our Allocation Waiting List please email your details below. We will do our very best to offer you an allocation of our new releases of these rare wines.

For further enquiries, your online access or the status of your allocation please contact us on

For more information and reviews on the Ulithorne FRUX FRUGIS Shiraz 2014 release please click through to the following link

Registrations are OPEN.

*Please note that you are not obliged to purchase and your registration does not indicate that you will be guaranteed an allocation of the Ulithorne FRUX FRUGIS current release.

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"Deep, dark, slightly black/tawny tinged colour. The bouquet is subdued and earth-bound, with savoury and not fragrant aromas. Hints of ironstone. The wine is full-bodied and firm, with solid structure and excellent ripeness. Big and generous with abundant ripe tannins and a sense of gravitas. Excellent wine for the long term. 28/5/2017"
97 Points, Huon Hooke

"The palate is awash with dark chocolate and plum fruit, oak gives richness, texture and depth with a flowing line of acidity that keeps the wines richer characters in check. The finish has a drying, earthen web of tannins and layers of dark berry fruit and chocolate notes."
96 Points - Patrick Eckel

"The palate displays considerable weight and power, together with awesome fruit purity and intensity, wonderfully framed by velvety texture and polished tannins. A seriously good shiraz offering outstanding richness and length."
96 Points - Sam Kim, New Zealand