I hope that you find our website interesting. I have endeavoured to include things that you will not find on many wine websites and I have also omitted one item which is all too common on some of the big corporate sites – the bullshit.
I have attempted to make it easy to browse and find your way around with menu buttons at the top and an alphabetical listing of all the pages on the right hand side.
The other thing that I have done is to set up this site so that it is interactive. Many pages on this site allow you to comment or have your say on Marius matters.
You do not need to be a member to make comments, it is open to all.
If you are not already a member of the Marius Wine Club you may join on the Wine Club page (update: sorry, put your name on the waiting list).
Please enjoy the website and don’t be afraid to chip in. However all posts are moderated, spam and offensive or unpleasant comments will not be published.
What the critics are saying about us:
“Roger Pike is the man behind Marius and since launching a few years back he’s produced a string of hits.” Campbell Mattinson – The Big Red Wine Book
“Simple, fanatically straight winemaking.” Philip White – Adelaide Advertiser – May 2006
“…. Roger Pike of Marius Wines is a hit machine” Gary Walsh – Winorama
“Marius Wines has gained a reputation for producing excellent quality, great value wines in a very short period of time” Ric Einstein – Torbwine
“Roger Pike’s onto something down in McLaren Vale….” Nick Stock – Adelaide Review ‘Hot 100?
“Single vineyard, small volume, traditional production methods by a tiny boutique maker – this ticks all the big red boxes…” Tony Love – Adelaide Advertiser
“Marius’s Roger Pike is one of the true personalities of Australian wine. Not surprisingly, he makes personality-laden wines.” The Big Red Wine Book
“Grown on a single vineyard and made by the ultra-fastidious Roger Pike. He never makes a poor wine, we’re quickly learning.” The Big Red Wine Book
“The Marius Symphony…………..Best red I can remember from McLaren Vale. Silk and velvet.” Philip White – The Independent Weekly
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