Benchmark Australian Wine
If you asked 100 Australian wine lovers to name the country's benchmark Cabernet Sauvignon, we suspect most of them would name Wynns Black Label. First produced in 1954, it has already chalked up its 60th vintage!
Wynns is one of Australia's oldest wine estates - vines were first planted by founder John Riddoch in 1861 - and it is now the largest in Coonawarra.
Sue Hodder is the chief winemaker, a position she has held for two decades, and no-one understands the nuances of the region's famous terra rossa soils better than she does.
New wineries are always popping up and challenging the old guard. However, if it's a proven track record of quality, consistency and flavour that you are after, you would be wise to look no further than Wynns.