Katnook wines are renowned for their ability to age gracefully over many years. The Katnook Museum selection is an exclusive curation of wines which have been cellared in our temperature-controlled facility and certified by our Winemaker for re-release. Experience the complexity and reward of these long-lived gems drinking at their optimum now. Very limited availability.
Rated 95 points by Halliday and 90+ points by Robert Parker, Amara 2012 is a small batch, single vineyard Cabernet, harvested from 40-year-old vines. Drinking well now, this is a wine which has the concentration to keep evolving and still be enjoyed in another few years.
Coonawarra’s 2002 vintage will be remembered as one of the best, and the rich concentrated flavours have evolved into a Cabernet that is now drinking beautifully. Spoil yourself this year.
Coonawarra’s 2002 vintage will be remembered as one of the best, and the rich concentrated flavours have evolved into a Cabernet that is now drinking beautifully. Spoil yourself or someone special with this rare double magnum.
2004 marked the 25th anniversary of this highly regarded Katnook cabernet sauvignon. An ideal vintage in Coonawarra which still provides masses of classic cabernet varietal definition and character. This imperial magnum would make the ultimate gift!
When released, reviews rated this an excellent wine but recommended to giving it time to settle. Patience is a virtue and the reward is this amazing magnum of 2005 Katnook Estate Cabernet. Impress your peers!
Coonawarra’s 2010 vintage was hailed as exceptional and this Cabernet was awarded was 91 points in E-Robert Parker in 2014. This wine still reflects its quality heritage, showing excellent colour, generous flavours and fine, lingering tannins.
2014 was a long vintage and this Katnook Chardonnay benefitted from an extended ripening seasoning followed by 14 months oak maturation. If you enjoy a full flavoured Chardonnay with rich fruit and oak notes, this is the wine for you.
Once reviewed as what merlot should taste like, or at least what a lot of other merlots wished they tasted like, this 2004 Merlot has aged beautifully and is drinking superbly.
Remembered as quite a warm vintage, this 2008 Merlot is still showing generous fruit flavours, excellent colour and fine soft tannin structures. Enjoy it now.
Due to lower than average yields in 2002, only a very limited amount of this wine was made. Wayne Stehbens predicted that like some of the great Rieslings in the late 1980’s, this wine would age well. He was right.