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1 - 5 of 5 Wines By Redbox
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Redbox Chardonnay 2013
Yarra Valley
The Shire of Nillumbik is steeped in history, dotted with villages and towns, each with its own special magic. An exclusively estate grown wine, the eight acre Redbox Vineyard was originally planted to Chardonnay in the 1980s, it's mature vines yield an elegant, creamy style. Delightful peach and stone fruit aromas are supplemented by tropical fruit characters, making Redbox the ideal accompaniment to richer white meat and cheese pasta recipes.
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At the western end of the Yarra Valley in the village of Kangaroo Ground you will find Redbox Winery. Set on a property named Wildfell by the first landholder in 1851, the site is gingerly tended and harvested to yield the finest fruit. As spring turns into summer and vines are flourishing, the entire Yarra Valley is dressed in brilliant hues of green. The local folklore has it that around this time, a pot of gold awaits to be discovered amongst the vines, where a rainbow normally settles between showers. Chardonnay is whole bunch pressed, cool tank fermented and teated to lees stirring over the course of a month, improving texture and infusing the wine with mouthfilling flavours. Promptly bottled while young and fresh. Alcohol 12.3%
 
Bright straw colour. Aromas of peach and of honey dew melon, tropical fruits with lees derived influences of cashew and vanilla bean. Rich and generous palate expressing citrus, pumpkin and apricots, well structured with long fruit and a measured acidity, finishing to creamy textures and exquisite balance.
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Redbox Perricoota Shiraz 2004
Riverina
Redbox have claimed a multitude of medals and awards over a brief succession of impressive vintages, not bad for a recent starter. Pericoota is a gentle Shiraz wine offering complexity, harmony and supportive oak, drinking beautifully while young, with the capacity to age gracefully.
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While still a developing winefrowing region, Perricoota is becoming known particularly for its premium quality Shiraz. Redbox has fashioned an immensely satisfying wine from parcels of the Perricoota cooperative's finest fruit, giving it the traditional open fermenter treatment followed by course of hand plunging under oak. Grapes sourced from vines at Mulyan Park at Perricoota on Murray were harvested in March and fermented in open vats for sixteen days before fifteen months maturation in a selection of new and seasoned French, Bulgarian and American oak barrels. Alcohol 14.3%
 
Deep red colour. Soft spicy aromas with overtones of blackberry and jam, a classic wine, which will delight the senses. A rich style on the palate abundant with fruits, spices and well balanced oak sweetness, delivering a full palate and a pleasant structure. Here's a sumptuous new-world Shiraz to savour with plainly sesoned but strogly flavoured slow roasted beef and lamb.
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Redbox Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
Yarra Valley
Planted to a property named Wildfell in 1851 by the original proprietor, Redbox estate's vines are gingerly husbanded to yield the most essential examples of Yarra Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Redbox make the most of an affinity between this slow ripening noble varietal and the condusive climes of Yarra Valley. Re established in 1986, the innovative approach to viticulture and highly skilled efforts of the team translate into a wine of luscious berry fruit characters, supportive oak and mouthfilling tannins, in a graceful contemporary styling.
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The rolling hills around Redbox Vineyard, broken by dense stands of Red Box and other eucalypts affect the ripening of grapes and embellish the fruit with distinct Yarra valley regionality. The choicest parcels of Cabernet Sauvignon are harvested in perfect condition, destemmed and crushed with very loose rollers which burst approximately two thirds of the berries. The choicest parcels are vinified in small two tonnes open top fermenters at around 25C for ten days while being treated to a course of hand plunging. The wine was left on skins for a period of maceration followed by a transfer to a combination of new and seasoned French and American oak barriques for a year's maturation. Alcohol 12.2%
 
A deeply coloured wine. Aroma of dark berries and chocolate with toasty vanillan oak. A palate of blackberries, currant and raspberry, the background of soft coconut oak suporting a fruit driven style with solid structure, good length and a nicely rounded mouthfeel, finishing to lovely rolling tannins. Take your Redbox to a standing rib roast or flame grill of spiced venison bangers.
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Redbox Sauvignon Blanc 2012
Yarra Valley
Redbox of Nillumbik are amongst the closest Yarra Valley wineries to Melbourne. The growers and winemaking team here know their vintages intimately and retain access to some of the finest Sauvignon Blanc found anywhere in Victoria. Undulating slopes and a myriad of aspects create a pallette of terroirs and mesoclimes from which to make personable wines. It is ultimately a team effort between growers and winemaker to construct the essential Yarra Valley Sauvignon Blanc. The quality of fruit grown in the vineyard is superb, the finished wine is even better.
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Innovative approaches to viticulture and vinification afford the Redbox winemaking team access to parcels of the finest Yarra Valley fruit and provide the opportunity to fashion some wonderfully unique styles. Spring is the most exciting period in the year for the Redbox vineyard, as the vines are in their most prolific state. The entire Yarra Valley is dressed in brilliant hues of green, the vines have flowered, and bunches are forming. Throughout spring and the early summer, cutting the grass, eliminating weeds, and in general, grooming the vineyard is a full time job. The Sauvignon Blanc grapes are treated to the most gentle handling techniques throughout a cool temperature controlled fermentation.
 
A pale citrus hue. Redbox leaps from the glass with fresh aromas of passionfruit and gooseberry. The palate is loaded with fruit, finishing vitally clean and dry on a note of well balanced acidity. Drink while young and enjoy alongside greek salad or barramundi.
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Redbox Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2009
Yarra Valley
Kangaroo Ground in the lower Yarra Valley has seen the establishment of a number of new vineyards due to some idyllic growing conditions. Enter Redbox, a fragrant Pinot Noir in vibrant new world styling, with a generous but elegant, food oriented, mouthfilling palate.
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From the Cottles Bridge Vineyard at Diamond Creek in the Yarra Valley. The Shire of Nillumbik is steeped in history, and dotted with villages and towns, each with its own special magic, hinting of a culture brought to the region by Scottish settlers in the early 1800s. The property was named Wildfell by pioneer Walter Wippel, who settled the Kangaroo Ground site in the early 1850s, establishing orchards, market gardens and grazing land. No doubt, wine production was high on the list of priorities, and the rich decomposed volcanic soils assisted in the pursuit. Parcels of Pinot Noir grapes are cold soaked and treated to a warm fermentation in open vats before ageing in French oak barriques over several months. Alcohol 13.5%
 
Purple red in the glass. A luxuriant, velvety wine with bouquets of sweet and sour forest fruit, winegums and blackcurrant. A ripe core of boysenberry and blackberry shines through on the palate, profoundly flavoured with elevated levels of strawberry, plummy spice and charry French oak. A fine textural mouthfeel before a powerful long fruit finish over a support of finely grained, polished tannins. Enjoy immediately alongside fruitbreads and cheese or a succulent roast duck.
Right in the centre of the enchanting Shire of Nillumbik, at the western end of the Yarra Valley in the village of Kangaroo Ground you will find the Redbox Winery

Set on a property, named Wildfell by the first landholder in 1851, the Redbox Estate's fruit is gingerly tended and harvested to produce a fine range of wines. The Shire of Nillumbik is steeped in history and dotted with villages and towns, each with its own special magic. Names like Cottle's Bridge, Panton Hill, St Andrews, Hurstbridge and Wattle Glen all hinting of a culture brought to the region by the Scottish settlers in the early 1800s. The eight acre vineyard was originally planted to Riesling, Chardonnay and Cabernet in 1986. It's proximity to Melbourne and the rolling hills broken by dense stands of Red Box and other eucalypts makes it a haven for weekend visitors and wine tasters from all over.

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Redbox wines are drawn from the Redbox vineyard, as well as associated vineyards in the Yarra Valley, Perricoota, and Mornington Peninsula. Innovative approaches to viticulture and vinification affords the winemaker access to parcels of the finest Yarra Valley fruit with the ability to fashion some wonderfully unique wine styles. In the hospitality and tourism category, Redbox Cellar Door was one of the three finalists, pipped by the Eltham Gateway Hotel and Conference Centre for first place, a proud achievement for the young winery that has encouraged the staff to constantly improve the amenity of the cellar door, and of course, the lovely wines.

http://www.redboxvineyard.com.au/ - Redbox

Spring is the most exciting period in the year for the Redbox vineyard, as the vines are in their most prolific state. The entire Yarra Valley is dressed in brilliant hues of green, the vines have flowered, and bunches are forming. Throughout spring and the early summer, cutting the grass, eliminating weeds, and in general, grooming the vineyard is a full time job. The Redbox Vineyard and Winery has been brought to life over the past years, and the Spencer family happily welcomes visitors every weekend.

Tasters will find that each wine is true to type, in its varietal make-up and origins, as the wines are strongly related to origin and a sense of place. The mellow smooth flavour of Redbox wines is consistent across the range. Perricoota Shiraz 2003, 2004 and 2005 were all put up for wine judging in separate events, and each one received one or more medals. A similar situation has occurred with other red and white Redbox wines. Any kind of a medal is considered important, but to get 19 medals in the space of six months, is an outstanding achievement.

Redbox has excellent stocks of big selling wines, including the unique Mourvedre - the most romantic wine on earth. Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Barbera are in plentiful supply, as are the popular white wines. In 2006, Redbox produced some exotic products. One of two dessert wines, Ice Riesling promises to be extremely popular, and the innovative Cabernet Dessert wine has debuted to rapturous interest.

In 2004, Redbox made their first Methode Champonoise Sparkling Rose. Fermented in the bottle for two years, 100 dozen Sparkling Rose were produced, and in less than two months only 30 cases were left. Now it trickles out of the stock room at a pace which will make it linger until the release of the Redbox Blanc de Blanc Sparkling Chardonnay, a new edition of the Sparkling Rose, and a truly unique Sparkling Merlot, all methode champenoise of course. The Redbox Classic Tawny Port was so popular, that a second barrel had to be tapped. It is a slow task to hand fill and individually label each bottle, but the Classic Tawny is such a superb product, it is actually a labour of love. The winery's Big Shed opposite the Redbox Cellar Door has recently been made fully operational with the luxury of space to store wine, and the huge amounts of equipment needed to operate a vineyard.

http://www.redboxvineyard.com.au/ - Redbox
http://www.redboxvineyard.com.au/ - Redbox

The Big Shed has been a most useful asset, permitting the removal of all the older sheds and lean-to's from the property so that people can see more of the vineyard and enjoy a better view of the surrounding hills. The place is great, the wine is even better, but the people who live there and work there, really look forward to meeting new friends each weekend and on public holidays.

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