50 years of Redman shiraz tells it like it is in the Coonawarra

50 years of Redman shiraz tells it like it is in the Coonawarra

ONE of my favourite Shiraz in the recently published Top 100 Wines winter edition was the Redman 2012 Shiraz. Its attraction, as my tasting note suggests, is because it’s an “old-school, traditionally grown and vinified style … a wine that doesn’t show off and lingers in your senses for some time.” Last week in Coonawarra, the Redmans – brothers Bruce and Mal at the helm – added far greater meaning to their sense of tradition by opening 50 consecutive vintages of that Shiraz, starting with the first one their dad Owen made under the Redman label in 1966.

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