At 2 am on Friday the vineyard started humming with the sound of tractors, utes, harvesters, as our Vintage began. Our Pinot vineyard was the first to be picked this...
Cellar Door Now Open
Click below to make a booking for a tasting in our cellar door. We are looking forward to welcoming you back to our winery, in a COVID-Safe environment. Due to restrictions we are limited to 20 people per sitting.Book Now
We do things differently.
Putting a contemporary spin on the classics, the team at Rymill is proudly innovative, producing world-class wine in our stunning winery, nestled amongst our Certified Sustainable Coonawarra Estate.
A bright ruby, this highly savoury cabernet promises from the get go with a nose that is nicely restrained rather than all show and go. The emphasis is on graphite, pencil lead and mineral. Cool. Suave. Impressive. Mid-weighted, little more. The fruit unravels with some air across the cheeks, showcasing cassis and cherry flecked with some gentle oak vanillin and mint.
Shannon Sutherland is shaking things up with his new range of Rymill wines. This single release Petit Verdot smells like one can only imagine Dame Helen Mirren smells; gentle waves of pretty violet and potpourri. Petit Verdot is one of the five red varieties of Bordeaux. The grapes for this seductive siren were plucked from a few precious rows at Rymill’s 3 Mile Lane vineyard. It’s gorgeous, bright, juicy, seductive, and all class.
Foot-crushed shiraz, naturally fermented with no additions, basket pressed, bottled by gravity, hand-labelled, cork-sealed and wax-dipped. Lovely perfumed shiraz with snappy purple berries and a dusting of powdery tannin. Delicious and good value.
Mike Bennie: The rise and rise, off a small base, of more lo-fi wines in Coonawarra, is quite a thing.
"The rise and rise, off a small base, of more lo-fi wines in Coonawarra, is quite a thing. And clever – a help reinventing and drawing gaze to the region,...
We picked our first grapes for the year at 5am on 26 February this year. The Gewurztraminer grapes were the first to be picked and were delivered to the winery to...