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1 - 4 of 4 Wines By Jamiesons Run
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Jamiesons Run Cabernet Sauvignon
Limestone Coast
Available by the dozen
Originally a sheep station dating back to the 1800s, the fertile soils around Jamiesons Run now yield some of Australia's most esteemed wines. Few labels in the nation can lay claim to have accompanied so many memorable meals over the course of decades. A generously flavoured wine with good depth of flavour and long, finely textured finish, soft and satisfying immediately upon release, the Cabernet of choice to accompany charred pork sausages or porcini and red wine polenta.
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The Jamiesons Run vineyards are endowed with outcrops of red soil that sit above a hard layer of limestone, unique terrains which encourage the development of intense characters in the fruit. Cabernet is harvested from low yielding vines up to thirty years of age. Single wire trellising and cooler conditions ensure the grapes maintain good varietal character and exceptional depth of flavour. Following the crush, fruit is treated to a gentle, controlled vinification and twice daily pumpovers in a combination of rotary and static fermenters to extract the rich Cabernet flavours. Upon completion, components are matured for up to a year under a selection of French and American oak prior to final assemblage.
 
Deep garnet red. Warm ripe lifted aromas of mulberry, cherry jam, choc-mint and mocha with a hint of light tobacco and fine cedary oak. Well defined lifted aromas. Medium bodied, finely structured palate showing good regional dark mulberry, cherry and black currant leaf. Good fruit flavours over layers of dark fruit cake, choc-mint and mocha oak. Fine slightly dusty savoury tannins blend together to contribute to the soft velvety textured palate.
Jamiesons Run Cabernet Shiraz Merlot
Limestone Coast
Available by the dozen
Jamiesons Run are deeply rooted in the history of Limestone Coast and the Coonawarra. They have assembled parcels of their best fruit to construct the archetypal blended Aussie red. An easy to appreciate claret style, Cabernet Sauvignon contributes mulberry and blueberry fruit flavours while Shiraz gives ripe blackberry and dark cherry with subtle spice. The addition of Merlot brings sweet dark plum flavours and hints of chocolate, giving the wine lift and grace. Essential at your next luncheon or twilight barbeque, to accompany sizzling beef or braised casserole.
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The original Jamiesons Run was a remote outback sheep station owned by the Jamieson Brothers in the mid 1800s. The winery was named after the siblings as a tribute to the Limestone Coast's pioneering past. Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Merlot are gently fermented over the course of a week with light aerative pumpovers. After gently pressing off skins, parcels are racked and transferred to a selection of new and seasoned French and American oak barrels to complete malolactic. Components are treated to an extended maturation, infusing depth and complexity whilst taming the tannins, followed by assemblage into a finely textured wine with great depth of palate and splendid lingering finish.
 
Vibrant dark crimson. A rich, lifted nose with aromas of raspberry, dark plum and cherry, lightly crushed fresh mint with a gentle lick of spice. The intense aromatics are enhanced by ageing in fine oak. A soft medium bodied palate showing dark plum, blackcurrant, berry and cinnamon. A silky soft texture and fine tannins, good balance and finesse, generous with great depth of flavour before a long flavourful finish.
Jamiesons Run Chardonnay
Limestone Coast
Available by the dozen
Since the early 1950s, Jamiesons Run have been at the forefront of viticulture, sourcing the best fruit from the finest Limestone Coast vineyards. Chardonnay is monitored throughout the season, earmarked by the winemaking team, parcels are selected on the basis of luscious stonefruit characters, physiological ripeness and refreshing redolence. The balanced new age style of Chardonnay, showing tight citrus fruit character and cleansing acidity, achieving length of flavour and clean finish. Serve alongside yabbies or west coast marron in chervil coconut curry!
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Jamiesons Run is named after the original property where Mildara Wines was established by the Chaffey brothers in 1888. Various fermentation techniques are used on individual parcels of Chardonnay to build complexity into the finished wine. Components are barrel fermented in a selection of French and American oak casks under temperature controlled conditions. Some parcels are tank fermented, others are vinified on solids, a portion underwent malolactic to soften the wine. Many of the barrel fermented parcels are aged under oak, treated to extended lees contact for added complexity. Oak maturation contributes to the bouquet and palate but the fruit remains in balance and up front.
 
Pale straw, lime green hues. An attractive and inviting nose of lifted grapefruit, lemons and white peach over subtle nutty oak. On the tongue are rich varietal flavours with a creamy mouthful, giving great length and structure. Fresh and zesty palate with crisp flavours of citrus and red apple, infused by subtle, integrated oak.
Jamiesons Run Sauvignon Blanc
Limestone Coonawarra
Available by the dozen
It's easy to appreciate why Jamiesons Run make such popular white wines. At each vintage the team are provided with a unique opportunity to assemble a fresh, clean Sauvignon Blanc, fashioned from fruit grown to the best vineyards, displaying exquisite varietal characters while being a profound expression of the terroir whence it originates. Grapes are sourced from choice sites on the rich soils of Limestone Coast, to construct a strongly regional wine with an exemplary balance of good fruit, splendid acidity and fine textures.
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One of the nation's great winemaking estates, the original Jamiesons Run property was a remote outback sheep station owned by the Jamieson Brothers in the mid 1800s. Two of Australia's most significant historical identities laid the foundations for Jamiesons Run. First was prime minister Alfred Deakin with the assistance of irrigation experts William and George Chaffey, second was Coonawarra patriarch John Riddoch. Sauvignon Blanc from closely managed vineyards is harvested throughout thew cool of the night to capture all the bright varietal aromas and flavours. Fruit is crushed and pressed to tank, inoculated and treated to a cool fermentation, capturing the vital elements of terroir and clime.
 
A pale yellow in colour. Fresh, tropical passionfruit and citrus characters on the bouquet, a light mineral edge to the nose with pleasant hints of lemongrass and spice. The palate displays subtle grassy notes, citrus and grapefruits before a crisp, clean finish. Drink now to enjoy the fresh fruit characters, alongside barramundi, chicken caesar or prawns.
The original Jamiesons Run was a remote outback sheep station owned by the Jamiesons Brothers in the mid 1800's

Jamiesons Run, based in the heart of the famous Coonawarra region was named as a tribute to it's pioneering past. Two men separated by time and distance laid the foundations for Jamiesons Run's creation. The first was Alfred Deakin, Australia's second prime minister with the assistance of Canadian irrigation experts William and George Chaffey and the second was John Riddoch.

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John Riddoch, a Scottish migrant, established the Coonawarra Fruit Colony and planted the first vines in the Coonawarra area in 1890. The Undoolya Block vineyard contains hundred-year-old vines that date back from Riddoch's time, and is located close to where the Jamiesons Run winery is today.

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Riddoch discovered the region's brick red coloured soil that was to become known as Terra Rossa - Australia's most famous wine-growing soil. Jamiesons Run's connection with Coonawarra started in 1953 as Mildara Wines under the guidance of director Ron Haselgrove, who purchased what turned out to be some of the most sought after parcels of Terra Rossa soil in Coonawarra.

The Limestone Coast is composed of several key wine making regions, Mount Benson, Coonawarra, Wrattonbully and Padthaway

Winemakers all over the world agree that "great wine is grown in the vineyard" - but to grow great wine you first need great soil. The international fame of Coonawarra is built on Australia's most prized wine growing soil, Terra Rossa. Coupled with a cooler maritime climate that ensures maximum flavour complexity, Terra Rossa (meaning 'Red Land') has made Coonawarra a winemaking paradise.

Although the Terra Rossa strip is only a few feet higher than neighbouring soils it has better drainage as a result. Vines dislike having 'wet feet' as this hampers their root development. Wet soil also means cold soil and it is a vital part of the Coonawarra phenomenon that, despite its cooler climate, grapes here repeatedly reach optimum ripeness. It is the warmth of the Terra Rossa soils that allow this consistency. An ideal mineral profile and low nitrogen content are also vital for taming the natural vigour of vines and producing low yields of highly flavoured fruit.

The Jamiesons Run core range consists of the original Coonawarra Cabernet Shiraz Merlot and four siblings. The Chardonnay has luscious stonefruit and creamy oak characters. The Coonawarra Merlot is a seductive wine with violets and red berries on the nose and palate. The Cabernet Sauvignon is an elegant and rich cabernet with sweet dark plum, mulberry and blueberry fruit flavours while the Shiraz displays ripe blackberry and dark cherry with subtle hints of spice giving the wine lift and grace. The Coonawarra Cabernet Shiraz Merlot is a classic expression of one of the world's great red winegrowing regions.

http://www.jamiesonsrun.com.au/ - Jamiesons Run
http://www.jamiesonsrun.com.au/ - Jamiesons Run
The Jamiesons Run team is comprised of talented winemakers and viticulturalists

They all have a passion for the Coonawarra and strive to develop Jamiesons Run wines that display the finest characters from the region.

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