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Wynns John Riddoch' Cabernet Sauvignon 2020

$195.00
Profile Rich
Region Coonawarra
Body Medium-Full

Since 1891, Wynns Coonawarra Estate has been the choice of wine lovers globally and stands as a revered icon in the world of fine winemaking. With a rich history steeped in tradition, their wines from the iconic Coonawarra region are celebrated for their exceptional quality and character. Located in the heart of South Australia, the Coonawarra region is renowned for its unique 'terra rossa' soil, a red clay soil that contributes to the distinctive flavour profile of the low yielding, but high quality of grapes grown here. Those in the know, know that Wynns is synonymous with excellence. Their dedication to crafting outstanding wines has made them a benchmark for quality in the Australian wine industry. 

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Tasting Notes

When to drink
Drink now or carefully cellar for 20+ years
On the nose
Notably lifted and intense aromatics. Black olive, raspberry, dried bayleaf, musky notes/red licorice, blue flower/violets; brambles or crushed raspberry leaf. Initially subdue but opens up gradually.
On the palate
Medium bodied with balanced powdery tannins. The fruit will grow into the frame in a short time. Baked Plum cake and gentle spices, light pastry notes, green olive. Rhubarb, roasted cherry flavours are persistent on the palate. The fruit is concentrated but not heavy. A wine of poise and elegance.
Product Notes
First made in 1982, the John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon was conceived as a flagship wine for Wynns. John Riddoch himself was a true visionary. Amongst his many achievements are the building of the Wynns Gabled winery and the establishment of Coonawarra Fruit Colony. John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon is made in small quantities from the best available fruit grown on the estate's extensive Cabernet Sauvignon plantings in the heart of the terra rossa soil. It has become a definitive Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon, made only in years when grapes of extraordinarily high quality are available, using less than one percent of the top-quality Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.