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If ever there was a gentleman of the winemaking world it was Dr. Henry J. Lindeman. In 1843, Dr Lindeman, an upstanding man of formidable character, started his own winery. In doing so, he set his sights on civilising a colony of hard-drinking ruffians by introducing them to more gentlemanly pursuits, such as the enjoyment of a refined drop.
This longheld tradition continues today with this perfectly polished red blend, featuring notes of liquorice and cherry and a dash of fortified wine for a smooth finish. A fine wine by anyone’s standard.
This wine displays aromas of wild berries and liquorice, with a hint of spice.
" The full bodied palate shows dark cherry brambly flavours supported within soft tannin structure that makes this wine immediately approachable.
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This viticultural ‘super zone’ covering almost one third of Australia is a showcase of diversity in varieties, terroir and style. The so-called engine room of the Aussie industry, the best fruit converges for single varietal and blends for all palates.
Few winemakers could claim to know their wines better than Wayne Falkenberg. He joined Lindeman's as an Assistant Winemaker in 1976 and in the past 40 years has witnessed Lindeman's development into one of the largest selling Australian wine brands in the world.
Today, Wayne heads up Lindeman's winemaking team at Lindeman's Karadoc winery in north western Victoria. He has seen the birth and phenomenal success of Lindeman's Bin 65 Chardonnay and today, oversees the majority of the Lindeman's wine range including the Cawarra, Bin Series and Early Harvest wines.