Category Archives: Winemaker’s Blog
Cabernet Sauvignon in Sally’s Paddock looking quite good in spite of severe weather. Berry size is small.
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Interesting comment from New York friend Andy Birsh, famous Restaurant reviewer. “Neill, Great to hear from you. Wish I could begin to understand the US wine market and help in any way. Was on the West Coast last week and … Continue reading
Picking ‘Sally’s Paddock’ grapes on a beautiful day. Cabernet Franc is ready… Cabernet Sauvignon crushed and ready for fermentation
Jamie Toner of Grampian Coopers shaving some of our Puncheons. Jamie uses hand tools for better control of oak and blemish removal. Halfway through the shaving process, you can see the built up … Continue reading
Sally’s Hill Pinot Noir into the press after fermentation. Looking good.
Fermentation tanks clean and ready for vintage 2012.
With only three weeks until the Pyrenees Escapade, everyone needs to be quick and book their tickets! It is a great day out for families with activities for the kids and wine and food tasting for parents. For a small … Continue reading
To celebrate Redbank Winery’s participation in the Federation Square Showcase tomorrow Wednesday 5th October and Thursday 6th October between 4.30 and 8.30pm - Mailing List Customers who identify themselves at the Sally’s Paddock stand go into the draw to win a special dozen of … Continue reading
The Pinot Noir are just starting budburst right on time. Nice warm weather now so the other varieties should follow soon.