Tag Archives: Neill Robb
We are happy to announce the release of the 31st Vintage of Sally’s Paddock with the 2009 bottling. This powerful wine has a clear Ruby Violet colour with a tinge of purple. Distinctive legs as usual. The fresh berry aromas … Continue reading
First BBQ of Spring at Hundred Tree Homestead. The ’02 Pinot, Pyrenees sausages and The Grapegrower. What more could you want.
Funny video by Debra Meiburg in HK wine expo after a long day.
Lovely Spring weather in the Pyrenees while Mick trains up the young Malbec.
My Mum’s Recipe for Preserving Figs. 12 lbs Fresh Figs ripe but not breaking up. 12 lbs Sugar 6 Pints water. 4 Lemons 1/4 lb Ginger (Green) Boil sugar and water then add juice of Lemons and roughly chopped green … Continue reading
Some random photos from #Cabernet Day at Redbank Winery
The charming Conservatory style restaurant at Craig’s Royal Hotel in Ballarat. Now serving Sally’s Paddock and Sally’s Hill Cabernet Franc.
A slightly milder winter in 2009, with the best winter rainfall for a decade meant all the vineyards looked a picture of health coming into spring with good cover crops all round. Budburst began in the second half of September, … Continue reading
Everyone here at Redbank Winery are very pleased to release the 2009 Sally’s Hill Pinot Noir. Tasting Notes: Rather full, bright, Ruby colour. The aromas of violets and dried flowers dominate fresh, slightly earthy notes showing the extended wood maturation … Continue reading
Excellent Harpuka at Harrys’ Industri. Chardonnay was good too.