They’re leading the charge in the new Australian wine revolution – demonstrating to all who taste their creations that Australian wine is about heart and soul (not bland, over-produced “critter” wines). And the critics are raving. “Not formulaic potions … obviously made with care and passion,” writes Jancis Robinson, MW. After The Wine Advocate tasted one of their Cabernets, they wrote: “If it said Napa Valley on the label, you could multiply the price times six.”
We suggest decanting and enjoying The Red Sedan in large glasses, with rosemary-encrusted rack of lamb or a pork sausage ragù with fennel. But, you could easily serve it with all kinds of red meat – grilled steaks, juicy burgers, game roasts etc. Charred chicken thighs or veggies would also be a hit. And because it’s so smooth, you can easily drink it solo.