Redman

Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon Blend

8.94 ratings
8.92 pro ratings
Coonawarra, Limestone Coast, South Australia, Australia
Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Merlot
Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Pasta, Venison, Tomato-Based, Potato, Pork, Chocolate & Caramel, White Rice, Mushrooms, Beef, Lamb, Chili & Hot Spicy, Salami & Prosciutto, Exotic Spices, Baking Spices, Herbs, Chicken, Pungent Cheese, Turkey, Soft Cheese, Beans & Peas, Hard Cheese, Duck
Top Notes For
Bob McDonald

We shared this wine with Bruce Redman and his wife Winnie, who brought it to Sue Bell’s dinner party at her house In Penola a week ago. The Redman family’s wine heritage in Coonawarra goes back 113 years to Bruce’s grandfather Bill Redman in 1908. A privilege to break bread with Coonawarra Royalty. Bruce graduated from Roseworthy and spent 2 vintages in Bordeaux before returning to the family winery. This 2013 came from a good vintage with great structure for the long haul. Showing good black currant intensity with leafy, minty, notes on a medium weight palate. Still a long way to go.

We shared this wine with Bruce Redman and his wife Winnie, who brought it to Sue Bell’s dinner party at her house In Penola a week ago. The Redman family’s wine heritage in Coonawarra goes back 113 years to Bruce’s grandfather Bill Redman in 1908. A privilege to break bread with Coonawarra Royalty. Bruce graduated from Roseworthy and spent 2 vintages in Bordeaux before returning to the family winery. This 2013 came from a good vintage with great structure for the long haul. Showing good black currant intensity with leafy, minty, notes on a medium weight palate. Still a long way to go.

Mar 29th, 2021
Peter Scudamore-Smith MW

Rare to see mature Coonawarra wine released; this is 2004 current (AUD 75); deliberately blended best six hogsheads of the regions three prime grapes, cabernet, shiraz, merlot in that order; this brand does not make white; red soil-red wine status; smells and tasted mature; earth, mocca, meaty, minty, palate curranty yet bonox with age, nice powdery dry tannins; #bravo #coonawarra #redman #topred

Rare to see mature Coonawarra wine released; this is 2004 current (AUD 75); deliberately blended best six hogsheads of the regions three prime grapes, cabernet, shiraz, merlot in that order; this brand does not make white; red soil-red wine status; smells and tasted mature; earth, mocca, meaty, minty, palate curranty yet bonox with age, nice powdery dry tannins; #bravo #coonawarra #redman #topred

Sep 7th, 2014
Bob McDonald

From a 6 Litre Imperial. Surprisingly developed coming from such a huge bottle from one of the oldest producers in the Coonawarra in REDMAN. Still had the Coonawarra mint chocolate and blackberry but also showing Leather earthy savoury notes. An old school style.

From a 6 Litre Imperial. Surprisingly developed coming from such a huge bottle from one of the oldest producers in the Coonawarra in REDMAN. Still had the Coonawarra mint chocolate and blackberry but also showing Leather earthy savoury notes. An old school style.

Dec 13th, 2017
Tom Wood

Tom had this 6 years ago

Tom had this 6 years ago

Nov 21st, 2015