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Redbank Winery Red Bordeaux Blend Pyrenees Cabernets Hundred Tree Hill 2004

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"Dark red. Pungent, old-school bouquet of redcurrant, dried cherry, cigar box and fresh rose. Smoky red fruit flavors deliver solid punch but turn a bit dry on the back. This light-bodied wine offers good complexity and sweetness." IWC 08/08

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Winery: Redbank Wines
Color: Red
Variety: Bordeaux Blend
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Redbank Wines:
Redbank’s badge, the Anvil, reminds us of times gone by when our early settlers handcrafted their farming implements with the heat of the blazing forge and the strength of the anvil. This strength was apparent in the hard working migrants who established a thriving farming community in the rugged High Country of North East Victoria. Redbank Snowy VinesToday a small, select "family" of growers,... Read more
Redbank’s badge, the Anvil, reminds us of times gone by when our early settlers handcrafted their farming implements with the heat of the blazing forge and the strength of the anvil. This strength was apparent in the hard working migrants who established a thriving farming community in the rugged High Country of North East Victoria. Redbank Snowy VinesToday a small, select "family" of growers, some direct descendents of the original pioneers, produce premium fruit for the wines of Redbank. Vineyards that are lashed by blizzardly cold winter winds and buried in snow for part of the year emerge at harvest with grapes of the highest quality that enable the Redbank winemakers to produce superb cool climate wines. Read less

External Reviews for Redbank Winery Red Bordeaux Blend Pyrenees Cabernets Hundred Tree Hill

External Review
Source: Prestige Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Think all Australian wines are big, simple fruit-bombs, slathered with new oak? The kind of wines youandrsquo;ll drink but not respect in the morning? The Hundred Tree Hill 2004 Cabernet (a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc) is out to change your mind. Featuring complex, gorgeous aromas of black cherry, currant, black tea, anise, tobacco and cedar, this beauty is complemented by an utterly silky texture and unencumbered by its modest 13.5% alcohol. This wine manages incredible grace and class in a full-bodied frame. Fans of Bordeaux andmdash; this is an Australian wine with which you can form a lasting relationship.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
01/04/2012

Think all Australian wines are big, simple fruit-bombs, slathered with new oak? The kind of wines yoursquo;ll drink but not respect in the morning? The Hundred Tree Hill 2004 Cabernet (a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc) is out to change your mind. Featuring complex, gorgeous aromas of black cherry, currant, black tea, anise, tobacco and cedar, this beauty is complemented by an utterly silky texture and unencumbered by its modest 13.5% alcohol. This wine manages incredible grace and class in a full-bodied frame. Fans of Bordeaux mdash; this is an Australian wine with which you can form a lasting relationship.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
05/18/2011

Dark red. Pungent, old-school bouquet of red currant, dried cherry, cigar box and fresh rose. Smoky red fruit flavors deliver solid punch but turn a bit dry on the back. This light-bodied wine offers good complexity and sweetness, but my enthusiasm was limited by that twinge of dryness.



"Dark red. Pungent, old-school bouquet of redcurrant, dried cherry, cigar box and fresh rose. Smoky red fruit flavors deliver solid punch but turn a bit dry on the back. This light-bodied wine offers good complexity and sweetness." IWC 08/08

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