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10 October 2016 | Katnook Estate

October is Cabernet Month in Coonawarra

We know that you can't get enough Coonawarra Cabernet, so 2016 sees the traditional Coonawarra Cabernet Celebration weekend expand to a month-long extravaganza. With events spread across the whole month of October, there is sure to be something for everybody.

Click through here to check out the full online program.

Every day throughout October, Katnook Cellar Door is showcasing Cabernet Sauvignon "by the decade" - just call in, no need to book. Katnook is also hosting a Winemaker's Dinner on October 15th, just a few tickets remain.  

For accommodation and touring options, visit the Penola Coonawarra Visitor Information Centre or call them on +61 8 8737 2855 or 1300 045 373 or email

Katnook Estate
22 August 2016 | Katnook Estate

Two international medals for Katnook.

Katnook Estate's new release 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon (RRP $40) has been awarded an international silver medal in The Drinks Business Global Cabernet Sauvignon Masters which assesses wines purely by grape variety rather than by region.  Winning wines were judged by a cherry-picked group of Masters of Wine and Master Sommeliers on 14 April  2016 in London. Divided only by price bracket and, for ease of judging, whether the style was oaked or unoaked, the blind tasting format allowed wines to be assessed without prejudice about their country of origin. Wines were scored out of 100, with those over 85 points being awarded a Silver medal.  

Not to be outdone, the Katnook Founder's Block Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (RRP $20) scored over 80 points, resulting in a Bronze medal. 

This same wine was awarded 93 points by noted UK wine writer, Sarah Ahmed in 'Decanter' magazine (August 2016) magazine. Ahmed described the wine as " Heady with a rich burnish of charry, spicy oak to its cassis and juicier mulberry and blackberry. Long, with ripe but textural gravelly tannins.



Katnook Estate
18 August 2016 | Katnook Estate

'My Fair Lady' chooses Katnook

Katnook Coonawarra is the wine of choice for the exciting new stage show "My Fair Lady"  which is set to open at the Sydney Opera House on September 5th, as the show celebrates 60 years since it was first staged on Broadway. Dame Julie Andrews is in Sydney to direct the stellar line-up of Australian stars.  Dame Andrews, the cast and theatre royalty will enjoy Katnook wines on opening night and during the season.

In 1956, Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's masterful retelling of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion took the world by storm. Playing the irresistible Eliza Doolittle was a young Julie Andrews, in only her second role on Broadway, a role that would catapult her into international stardom.

In this world first, Julie Andrews directs this production of 'My Fair Lady', teaming up with the Tony Award-winning Christopher Gattelli and associates of the musical's original designers Cecil Beaton and Oliver Smith.  The Cinderella story about the Cockney flower girl Eliza Doolittle and the appealingly arrogant phoneticist, Professor Higgins, is an endearing tale that charms audiences with its warmth and vivid characters.

The triumphant score features unforgettable numbers including 'Wouldn't It Be Loverly?', 'On the Street Where You Live', 'I Could Have Danced All Night', and 'Get Me to the Church on Time'.

Headlining the new company are acclaimed British performer Alex Jennings as Professor Higgins and young Australian star, Anna O’Byrne, as Eliza Doolittle. Joining them is an outstanding cast. Reg Livermore will play the role of Alfred P. Doolittle. Robyn Nevin will play Mrs. Higgins and Mark Vincent will play Freddy Eynsford-Hill. The role of Colonel Hugh Pickering will be played by Tony Llewellyn-Jones and Deidre Rubenstein will play Mrs. Pearce

Katnook is proud to be served during the Sydney season of 'My Fair Lady'  runs until the end of October.  Learn more here.

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