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97 Points
Orlando Jacaranda Ridge Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Orlando Jacaranda Ridge Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2018


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Customer reviews
Why to buy:

  • 97 Point Rated & Gold Medal Limestone Coast Wine Show 

  • 96 Point Rated Ken Gargett Winepilot 

  • 95 Point Rated Huon Hooke The Real Review 

  • 93 Point Rated Erin Larkin Halliday Wine Companion 

Vintage: 2018

Coonawarra, South Australia

Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon
Cellaring: Drink now or cellar 2043
Bottle Top: Stelvin
Alcohol Content: 14.50
Standard Drinks: 8.60
Rating: 96
Tasting Notes:

Dark crimson red with excellent depth. Primarily, classic Cabernet Sauvignon aromas of blackberry leaf, give way to hints of darker berry fruits Subsequent notes of French oak, savoury leather and spice enhance the interest in this wine. A focussed wine displaying youthful primary fruit flavours of cassis and blackberry on the mid palate The tight tannin structure and balanced acidity drive a palate of excellent length and clarity. Influences of French oak in the form of toasted cedar notes are apparent but restrained.


A single parcel of fruit was fully de-stemmed, crushed and fermented in a small static fermenter for 12 days. The fermenting wine was tasted twice daily allowing winemakers to control the process and ensuring that the potential of this unique fruit was realised. Tight control on pump over frequency and duration, as well as temperature control (between 20ºC and 28ºC) was maintained throughout the fermentation. A cultured yeast was used to help ensure a clean and faultless ferment allowing the fruit to sing. At pressing, only the free running wine was selected, preventing over extracted characters or harsh seed tannins from being present. The wine was matured for 18 months in 100% new oak, 47% French and 53% Hungarian hogsheads from a variety of coopers.

Accolades & Awards:

97 Point Rated - Limestone Coast Wine Show 2021

96 Point Rated - Ken Gargett Winepilot

"Is there a cellar owned by any Australian winelover which is not well represented with Coonawarra Cabernet? Hard to imagine. And the reason is obvious – it can be such an impressive wine. This is certainly one of the very best, and deservedly part of the Legends series. Inky magenta in colour. The nose is immediately Coonawarra Cabernet at its finest, glorious stuff. Plums, dry herbs, mulberries, tobacco leaves, chocolate and a hint of mint. Well structured, though perhaps a little more plush than we have a right to expect with Cabernet. There is complexity here, great concentration and fine balance plus silky tannins on a wine of serious length. It will give twenty years of pleasure. You’ve probably guessed I like this a great deal." 

95 Point Rated - Huon Hooke The Real Review
"Deep, dark red with traces of purple, black and brick showing, the bouquet strong on dried herbs including mint, with underlying raspberry/mulberry fruit notes and a trace of peat, the palate bright and intense, fresh and focused, with fine, measured tannins and a medium-long carry. A solid cabernet that will reward some cellar time."

93 Point Rated - Erin Larkin Halliday Wine Companion
"From a single vineyard planted 1990, 16 days on skins, matured in French oak for 14 months (68% new). Chocolate-coated raspberries, cocoa, fresh garden mint, spicy charry oak and star anise-soaked plums. In the mouth the wine has plenty going on: the tannins are very fine, slightly grippy and just a little bit chewy; the fruit is plump and performs on a stage of oak and spice. Classically structured and quite dense in its approach, this errs toward traditional. The length of flavour is very good."

93 Point Rated - Gabrielle Poy The Real Review
"A peppery and spicy nose engages the senses, backed by a core brimming with blackcurrants and spice. This is a pedigreed cabernet, the fruit is rich with detail and intensity while the tannins are fine and long. A wine built for the ages, but a pleasure to drink now."

93 Point Rated - Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front
"It provides an authentic Coonawarra cabernet drinking experience. The flavour profile is spot on: blackcurrants and bay leaves, chocolate and dust, trails of woodsmoke and tobacco. There’s a eucalypt/mint-like lift to the aroma too; it’s all both ultra inviting and authoritative at the same time. Tannin is (very) firm, and there’s a dusting of chocolate through the aftertaste, along with various herbs and fruits and woods. There’s something of a dip to the mid palate, the only knock. It will age well."

93 Point Rated - Limestone Coast Wine Show 2023

90 Point Rated - Limestone Coast Wine Show 2022

Gold Medal
Limestone Coast Wine Show 2021

Silver Medal

Limestone Coast Wine Show 2023

Limestone Coast Wine Show 2022

Royal Perth Wine Show 2021

Bronze Medal

Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2023

Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2022

Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2021

Royal Melbourne Wine Show 2021