Museum Release Wines
Treats From the Cellar! Sip on a Bottle of 94 Point Pipers Brook Vineyards The Lyre Pinot Noir 2006 or a Bottle of 97 Point Wynns Coonawarra John Riddich Cabernet Sauvignon 2009.
Whether you're entertaining guests or relaxing in your home, there is always an excuse to crack open a bottle of award-winning museum release wine.
Nothing says luxury, sophistication and class like a bottle of aged red. Choose from a bottle of 94 Point James Halliday rated Pipers Brook The Lyre Pinot Noir 2006 and 97 Point James Halliday rated Wynns Connawarra John Riddich Cabernet Sauvignon 2009.
Wynns John Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon is the icon Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon. Named after Coonawarra pioneer, pastoralist and parliamentarian, John Riddoch, this Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from the very best of Wynns vast planting in Coonawarra and it's only made in the years that best express Wynns strive for excellence. Arguably richer and more complex from comparable styles in the region, John Riddoch Cabernet is highly sought after and extremely limited.
The highest categories of wine quality in the Pipers Brook hierarchy are wines denoted Single Site or single vineyard. This status is reserved for special parcels of wine sourced specifically from single sites renowned for the quality of its fruit. "The Lyre" block takes its name from the type of trellising employed. The wines are produced from exceptionally low fruit yields, which add richness, complexity and longevity to the wines.