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About This Wine
Reschke has one of the most recognisable styles in Coonawarra with their leafy fruits and cedary old oak a surefire sign that Reschke is in the house. And here we have it with quite a deep ruby colour joined by blackberry and blackcurrant fruit aromas underpinning layers of dried herbs and cedar. The palate is then supple, balanced and user friendly with fleshy, sweet dark fruits on a mid weight palate, light grainy tannins providing just enough support to help this wine drink well for the next three to four years, but best drinking is probably about now
The Coonawarra wine region is most known for its Cabernet Sauvignon that is produced on red “terra rossa” soil. This clay soil is one of the most notable in the “New World” of wine covering an area of only 15kmx2km. The terra rossa soil also overlies soft, penetrable limestone and it is this uncommon combination that makes this region so special.
“Cabernet Sauvignon is the most widely planted variety in the world and Coonawarra is one of the few regions where free draining soils and maritime ripening conditions achieve the ultimate varietal expression.” Coonawarra.org
From Coonawarra Cabernet you can expect a medium bodied red with powerful yet polished tannins, luscious dark berry fruit, herb and mint flavours as well as satisfying length.
While half of region’s production is Cabernet, the limestone soils also suit planting of Chardonnay, Riesling and Sauvignon blanc.