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2016 Redbrook Estate Shiraz

Evans & Tate 2016 Redbrook Estate Shiraz

2016 redbrook estate shiraz



the next generation of a margaret river classic

The name Redbrook has always evoked a sense of indulgence and luxury. In keeping with this philosophy, we have created two ranges of incredible wines to accentuate the unique character of Margaret River. 

The new Redbrook Estate range delivers varietally expressive, fruit-driven wines that are ready to enjoy upon release, with no compromise on the quality and style expected from those bestowed with the Redbrook name.  

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Deep purple/black with a bright, red rim.


Lifted notes of mulberry and plums intertwined with both floral and peppery nuance. 


Medium bodied with great drive and length of flavour. Vibrancy and purity of fruit is at the forefront of the style. 


Will show youthful, perfumed notes with fresh fruit flavours upon release. For those after additional complexity and softness, three or more years of bottle age is suggested. 

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2016 was a truly distinct vintage. A dry, warm season was punctuated with a tropical rain event in late January. This natural rainfall pushed back harvest dates and allowed for better vine balance during ripening, smaller bunches and tiny berries. The resultant fruit had wonderful thick skins, incredible concentration and excellent varietal identity. 

Sourced primarily from our mature vineyards in the Wilyabrup sub-region of Margaret River, this wine also contains one very special parcel of fruit from the more southern Karridale sub-region. 


Handpicked and cold soaked with a portion of whole bunch fermentation. This wine was aged in a combination of new and seasoned French oak for 12 months, which led to lovely, savoury and peppery aromatics that define the unique style of Redbrook Estate Shiraz. 


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  • Alcohol: 14.5%
  • pH: 3.49
  • Acidity (TA): 6.85 g/L

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