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30 August 2021 | Redman Wines

Using Oak Barrels to Smoke Food

Winemakers have long known that oak can impart nuanced flavours into their wines, which is why they often use a variety of types of oak barrels to ferment and store their wines as part of the winemaking process. But now, keen barbecuers are also recognising the complexity and benefits that oak chips can bring to their food and are getting in on the action.  Continue »

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15 March 2021 | Redman Wines

The ultimate guide to pairing red wine and chocolate

‘Can you pair red wine and chocolate?’ It’s a question we get asked regularly, and before we jump into the hows and whys of enjoying chocolate and red wine together, we’ll give you the short answer – yes, red wine and chocolate are a match made in heaven.  Continue »

Time Posted: 15/03/2021 at 9:15 AM Permalink to The ultimate guide to pairing red wine and chocolate Permalink
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18 November 2020 | Redman Wines

Should you chill your Red Wine?

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If you’re a red wine lover, summer can pose a bit of a conundrum for enjoying your favourite drops. But did you know that red wine can benefit greatly from a bit of time in the fridge? Read on as Dan Redman explains why you should be chilling your red wines over summer.

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Time Posted: 18/11/2020 at 11:13 AM Permalink to Should you chill your Red Wine? Permalink
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24 June 2020 | Redman Wines

Celebrating 50 Years of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon

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This year marks a significant milestone for the Redman family, 50 years of producing Redman Cabernet Sauvignon in Coonawarra. Despite starting out in 1908, and having a long history of making wine in the region, when Bill Redman arrived and started selling grapes it was shiraz that reigned supreme in terms of vineyard plantings. Nowadays, cabernet sauvignon from Coonawarra is well regarded internationally and we’ve consistently produced a recognizable house style of wine, honing our craft over the last 50 years to which we’ve become well known.

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Time Posted: 24/06/2020 at 11:16 AM Permalink to Celebrating 50 Years of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon Permalink
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18 March 2020 | Redman Wines

How to remove red wine stains?

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Red wine – it’s surely one of the great wonders of human endeavour: the delicious alchemy of earth, sun and water working in harmony; of careful nurturing, skill and patience.

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Time Posted: 18/03/2020 at 4:10 PM Permalink to How to remove red wine stains? Permalink
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20 February 2020 | Redman Wines

How long do grapevines live?

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Australia is fortunate to have some of the oldest continually thriving vineyards in the world, and Redman Wines has some of the oldest grapevines growing in Coonawarra. We’re often asked by visitors how we’ve been able to maintain these vines so successfully and how long they’re likely to survive. Here are some of the answers.

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Time Posted: 20/02/2020 at 11:13 AM Permalink to How long do grapevines live? Permalink
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6 November 2019 | Redman Wines

The World’s Best Cabernet Sauvignon Regions

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Cabernet sauvignon may be king in Coonawarra, but it’s also the most planted grape varietal across many of the world’s most famous wine regions. Its popularity often comes down to the versatility of this amazing grape, as it’s used in both blends and single-varietal expressions.

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Time Posted: 06/11/2019 at 9:21 AM Permalink to The World’s Best Cabernet Sauvignon Regions Permalink
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9 July 2019 | Redman Wines

What are Vegan-Friendly Wines?

There’s a growing movement around Australia and beyond our shores to understand how our wine and food are produced. Concerns about allergies, personal taste preferences, and sometimes just needing a better understanding of the process, can all lead wine lovers to seek out more information about what’s actually in their favourite drop.

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Time Posted: 09/07/2019 at 1:42 PM Permalink to What are Vegan-Friendly Wines? Permalink
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25 June 2019 | Redman Wines

Top Tips for Cellaring Wine

The majority of wines are consumed within hours of purchase! Hard to believe, but true. For those true collectors, there’s often nothing more satisfying than laying down your treasured wine purchases in the cellar, waiting in anticipation for the wines to reach their peak drinking conditions and letting the wine evolve further in the bottle.

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Time Posted: 25/06/2019 at 2:42 PM Permalink to Top Tips for Cellaring Wine Permalink
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21 May 2019 | Redman Wines

How to Best Match Food and Wine

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With Redman as a family name and living in the heart of Australia’s red wine country in Coonawarra, it should come as no surprise that we love red wine. But whilst it’s hard to go past a great Cabernet or Shiraz, don’t assume that red meats and Italian inspired cuisine are necessarily the only food that hits our table to make the most of our finest drops. You see, when it comes to food and wine matching, there’s lots of myths that exist, but the diversity of fine food available in Australia means there’s often some surprising pairings to consider. A few years back, millionaire businessman John Singleton was in the news after getting into an argument with his billionaire friend Jack Cowin, founder of Hungry Jack’s. They’d gone to lunch with three others, including a football player, at a Sydney steakhouse, and apparently “Singo” didn’t like Cowin teasing him about preferring rosé wines over beer. Things got a bit heated and when the bill emerged in the wake of the incident, it contained a surprising revelation: five very Aussie blokes were drinking Sauvignon Blanc with ribeye steaks. They’d thrown out the “rules” about matching food and wine.

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