Redstone Cabernet Sauvignon
Named for the ironstone in which it grows
The Redstone range is produced from Coriole's own estate vineyards and other selected sites in the McLaren Vale Region. The name comes from the distinctively coloured ironstone so common in the vineyards and buildings at Coriole.
"Fennel-like bouquet and a thick, rich, complex palate brimming over with ripe fruit flavours, balanced by some attractive dusty, toasty oak." - Winestate
Lately many winemakers have been making cabernet that simply resembes generic, dry red wine, rather than allowing the cabernet grape to fully express itself. Thankfully this wine tastes as it should. It's a medium bodied with fine tannins and would go well wirh pork and quince. - Donna Hay Magazine
"Coriole is a winery in McLaren Vale, South Australia that has a faultless record with red wines. This is no blockbuster, even though it has 14 percent alcohol. It is soft and smooth with some lovely blackberry characters, some oak and some nice tannins. Open a bottle of this and you'll be drinking like a prince on a pauper's budget. Bargain." Winsor Dobbin - Sunday Herald Sun