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Redbank - Sally's Paddock

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This is the 31st  release of the Sally’s Paddock. A lovely deep garnet colour, with aromas of violets, morello cherries, cloves and a hint of blackberries. Intense and delightful whilst soft, balanced, silky and smooth on the palate showing mouth filling Autumn berry flavours. Married with subtle new American and Nevers Oak, the Sally’s Paddock makes a complete and delicious wine. The Sally’s Paddock name has earned an international reputation as a great wine for immediate consumption or for those with the patience to cellar for 10 plus years. The Sally’s Paddock has also received two Gold Medals in the London International Wine Challenge and has been included in the ‘Excellent A’ section of the Langtons Classifications for the past 15 years.

About the Producer

Hundred Tree Hill wines are grown and made at Redbank in the Pyrenees region of South Eastern Australia. The unique combination of soil type, climate characteristics and cool climate viticulture produce low yield grapes of high intensity, colour and flavour in the classic Pyrenees style. The goal of the winemaker Robb Neill is to produce small batch, high quality, handmade wine.

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    In 2017 the famous Sally’s Paddock vineyard celebrates 45 years, and in that time the building of a family obsession like no other; just like their famous Sally’s Paddock vineyard, the Robb family have their own roots planted deep in the Pyrenees soil.

    With Neill’s father establishing the first Pyrenees winery, Chateau Remy (now Blue Pyrenees), in the early 1960s, Neill Robb shares a unique, passionate and life-long connection with the region and its exceptional winemaking potential. Now his daughter Sasha, a third-generation Pyrenees winemaker, continues the tradition by his side.

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