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1 - 2 of 2 Wines By Redman
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Redman Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
Coonawarra
Available by the dozen
A traditionaly crafted red wine, made from grapes grown to hand managed vines a half century of age, planted to rich, red Terra rossa soils. One of the nation's most enduring Cabernet wines, the Redman family can trace its heritage of Coonawarra viticulture to forty acres purchased by Bill Redman in 1908. A consistent effort with every vintage release, Redman defines the timeless Coonawarra Cabernet style, rich ripe tannin and excellent varietal berry fruit characters are the foundation, the finish is long in flavour, firm and dry.
$2699each
$321DOZEN
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Redman, red estate, red soil and red wine, the four Rs which comprise the family coat of arms, working in harmony to produce the famous Cabernet of Coonawarra. Bill Redman's consuming passion was to make good red wine. His faith in Coonawarra Terra rossa and in his own ability came to a zenith in 1936 when Redman Claret won the London Empire Wine Show. Grapes are harvested and crushed right in the vineyard. Vinification is carried out in open concrete fermenters, the cap is hand plunged twice daily. Matured for a year and a half, a third of components are run off into new French oak hogsheads for completion of ferments, the balance finishes its course on skins before racking to oak.
 
Dark red in colour. Rich concentrated berry and cassis fruit with cedar notes, a touch of mint and vanilla oak. The palate exhibits ripe berry fruit with firm tannins which combine to give a balanced and complex structure, before a long dry flavoursome finish. The classic Coonawarra, exhibiting elegance with generous blackberry flavour and solid structure.
Redman Coonawarra Shiraz 2012
Coonawarra
Redman's Coonawarra are still made by the Redman brothers from fruit grown to the original family parcels established in 1908. The association began circa 1901 when Bill Redman at the tender age of fourteen, arrived in South Australia to work amongst the vines. He quickly formed an affiliation with the area and six years later encouraged the rest of his family to join him. Grown to some of the best sites on Coonawarra's Terra rosa, this well appointed wine offers commodius fruit flavours, subdued oak and the most hospitable tannins.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
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Grown to famous old vineyard sites and hand crafted to traditional techniques by the third generation of Redmans. The family has been actively involved in all major developments within Coonawarra. After joint venture agreements with Penfolds and Mildara, Lindemans purchased the Redman property and renamed it Rouge Homme. Owen Redman re-established the family estate, eventually acquiring the land on which the winery stands today. Oak maturation has played an important role at Redman, a five year life cycle for each barrel means that the influence of oak will always be secondary to the quality of fruit. Aged a year in a mix of new and prior use American and French oak barrels.
 
Purple red in the glass. Dark, dense and spicey, with broodiing bouquets of currant and chocolate, cola, ferrous soils and mint, aromas that are clean and intense, freshly ground pepper, subdued vanilla oak, red cherries and plum. The mid weight palate shows spicey fruit, firm tannins and balanced acidity. The bright finish is clean with lingering flavour.
Since the first Coonawarra vine gnarled its way heavenward, the Redman name has been synonymous with the region

The Redman family, Redman winery, red soil and red wine are the four R's that comprise the Redman coat of arms. All interdependant upon each other, they work in harmony to produce the famous wines of Coonawarra. The association began in 1901 when Bill Redman, at the tender age of fourteen arrived in South Australia's South East to work in the vineyards. He quickly formed an affiliation with the area and six years later encouraged the rest of his family to join him.

Redman

As the family settled, their interest in the region became more substantial with their purchase of forty acres of vines in 1908, displaying their incredible foresight and commitment to the area. Owen Redman was born in 1919, becoming the first member of the Redman family to be born in the area, confirming the family's association with Coonawarra and its winemaking history.

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Bill Redman's greatest desire and passion was the crafting of fine red wines, therefore in 1921 he handed over the responsibility of distribution to Woodley Wines. His faith in the acclaimed terra rossa and in his own ability was truly vindicated when the 1932 Redmans Claret won the 1936 Empire Wine Show in London.

Just prior to enlisting in the army in 1938, Owen Redman completed his first vintage, and it reaffirmed his longing to continue the family tradition of fine wine making. Upon his return from the Second World War, Owen found that the family winery had undergone surprising growth, due to the support they received from many local grape growers. In 1947 Redman's first entry into the Australian Show arena took top prize at the Adelaide Wine show, this not only enhanced the reputation of the Redman winery but also established Coonawarra as a great wine growing region.

In the ensuing years the Redman family was actively involved in all the major developments in the now famous Coonawarra. After joint venture agreements were entered into with both Penfolds and Mildara, and several significant accolades had been awarded to the Redman claret; Lindemans decided that a winery of such high standing would make a valued contribution to their portfolio. Therefore in 1965 they purchased the original Redman property and renamed it Rouge Homme

Driven by the pride and honour of the Redman name, Owen re-established the family winery in the following year by purchasing a vineyard owned by Arthur Hoffman. Continued success and growth allowed the Redman family to increase their holdings, and eventually acquire the land on which the winery stands today. After a lifetime of serving his family, the Australian Wine Industry, and in particular his beloved Coonawarra, Bill Redman died a proud and honourable man in 1979. With the passing of Owen Redman in 1989, control of the winery passed into the hands of Bruce and Malcolm Redman, the third generation of the family dynasty.

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Today Hardy Wine Company acts as the sole distributor for Redman worldwide, and with the aid of this extensive distribution network the winery is going from strength to strength. 1994 saw the release of the first new Redman wine in eighty years, the Cabernet Merlot, while 1995 saw Redman win its 450th show award for dry red wine since 1947.

The pride in their forebears achievements can be seen in the determined and committed faces of Bruce and Malcolm Redman, and this determination will ensure that Redman continues to be a family tradition.

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