Named after the ironstone rich soils of the region
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.
91 Points. Such an easy wine to drink. And like. Priced reasonably too. All the flavours are familiar but they are so well arranged. Cloves, redcurrant, woodspice and plums. It’s juicy, slipped only slightly with tannin, and finishes with an attractive smoky edge. Anywhere, any time. - The Wine Front
91 Points. Even-tempered, juicy red with lots of interest. This is a good wine to drink, and fairly priced too. It tastes of redcurrant, plum and cloves with a streak of complexing smoke/spice. Enjoyable from the first sip to the last. - James Halliday Wine Companion
91 Points. Long, stylish and savoury, with a slightly meaty, peppery fragrance of cassis, blueberries, blackberries and cedary oak lifted by nuances of spice and dark chocolate. Deliciously smooth and pliant, its piercing small berry flavours, fine-grained oak and earthy undertones are supported by a fine, loose-knit chassis, finishing with persistent fruit and a charming acid balance. - Jeremy Oliver Wine Annual