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2015 Shiraz

2015 Shiraz
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Redman Shiraz is made from grapes grown on vines that are over forty years old, and carefully hand pruned, on the Redman family vineyards in the heart of Coonawarra.  From a seasonal point of view, April to July 2014 provided an excellent start with average winter rainfall which set us up for an even budburst with good soil moisture. Spring however was not typical, being very dry and one of Coonawarra’s warmest, with temperatures well above average advancing flowering in November by about 2 weeks. Very dry conditions continued through December. Ripening was set up perfectly with the vines receiving a refreshing drink of 90 mm of rain in mid-January. The grapes were harvested from the second week of March through to the first week in April.


After being mechanically harvested and crushed in the field, carefully monitored fermentation, using specially selected yeast, was carried out in open concrete and stainless steel fermenters. The wine was matured in American and French oak hogsheads for twelve months prior to bottling in February 2017.

Tasting Notes

COLOUR: Dark red with purple hue.  

BOUQUET: Pepper and spice and dark red fruit nose with hints of vanilla oak.

PALATE: The full weight palate shows dark fruit, firm tannins and balanced acidity. The bright finish is clean with lingering flavour.


“There’s no chasing of fads in our wines, I feel”, says Dan Redman, “through the fifty years of generational winemaking we really haven’t changed too much, and that’s kind of the deal”.

Choc-cherry, black plum, green olive creeping in, even a juniper-like character and some fennel notes, with rich, blonde tobacco and clove seasoning in spades. A lush wine but with control in its tannin shape, al dente and keeping the plush core in check, drawn long. Very succulent texture, despite the depth. Moreish stuff. It’s showing off. 94+ points, 2023-2035, Mike Bennie, The Wine Front

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(21/06/2024 at 8:40 PM)
This wine is Like being kissed by an angel

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