- 1 Silver, 1 Bronze medal
- Red Wine of the Year 2015
- Plum, black cherry, earthy dark fruits
Riddoch E.k. Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 x12
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1 Silver, 1 Bronze
Veal racks roasted with courgettes, red onion and peas.
New and 2nd used French and American hogsheads.
Very deep red, purple hues.
Lifted chocolate, plum, toasty oak, vanillin, touch of earthy, dried herbs.
Well balanced grainy tannin structure - plum, black cherry, earthy dark fruits. Long even palate.
Coonawarra holds the pre-eminent position as one of Australia's greatest red wine regions, boasting the most celebrated vineyard soil in Australia, known as terra rossa, a distinctive, albeit thin, band of vivid red soil overlying a bed of soft limestone.Cabernet Sauvignon is classed as the premium red grape variety to be grown in Coonawarra along with Coonawarra Shiraz. These two grape varieties have created the region's reputation for reds."Pinot noir may be sexier, shiraz may be more popular, but when the vintage is kind, good old cabernet sauvignon can produce some of the most brilliant red wines in Australia." Max Allen, The Weekend Australian Magazine, June 13-14, 2009.
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