By Adrian Thomas

Redbank wines, located in Victoria's cool climate region of King Valley, has released three new wines inspired by the region’s Italian heritage. 

The new collection is created by winemaker Teresa Heuzenroeder and sourced from elevated vineyards between 360 and 860 metres above sea level, sourcing its wines from "several family growers located throughout the King Valley, as well as its own Myrrhee Ridge Vineyard."

Heuzenroeder said: "Wines of Italian origin excel in the vineyards surrounding the tiny hamlets of Whitfield and Myrrhee."

The Redbank Fiano and Redbank Pinot Grigio are additions to the Italian inspired white wine collection and the Redbank Ellora Vintage Chardonnay Pinot Noir is a new premium vintage sparkling wine. 

"These are wines made to prepare your mouth for a flavoursome and fulfilling meal. They enliven the palate, allowing the flavours of your meal to truly shine," Heuzenroeder added.

All three wines have new labels to capture the collection's cool climate and high elevated origins. 

Redbank is distributed nationally by fine wine shippers Negociants Australia and currently available via the local area manager

The new wines are priced LUC $13-16. 

The Shout Team

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