Empyrean quality pushed Reschke into the forefront of the evolving Australian wine industry, establishing it as a reputable Coonawarra icon. As affirmed by leading US wine critic Robert Parker, Reschke “may well be the benchmark for Coonawarra’s famed Cabernet Sauvignon.”
The Reschke family first settled in Coonawarra in 1906, where they established their Hereford stud. The cattle grazing heritage is the inspiration for the Bull logo and hopefully symbolises their ‘grit’ in pursuit of their goals, passion, strength and resolve. The Reschke vineyard holdings of 400 acres, consists of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz, Petit Verdot, all cropped particularly low to yield the highest quality fruit. The generation of Coonawarra that Reschke represents is two fold, with cutting edge viticulture married to traditional wine making techniques under the watchful eye of winemaking legend, Peter Douglas.
Taste: A developed wine with notes of rich, blackcurrants, cedar, soft, brown sugar and roasted fruits. Good length and complexity.