RBJ is the result of a weekend project inaugurated some 10 years ago by a desperate trio of wine enthusiasts who decided that as they could no longer afford to drink the top Rhones that they so much enjoyed, they'd better go out and make a few of their own. R is for Chris Ringland, erstwhile winemaker at Rockford (and creator of Three Rivers, described by Robert Parker as 'maybe the greatest Shiraz produced in Australia'. B was originally Rolf Binder, of Veritas wines. However, since 1997, commitments at his dashing new winery near Marananga mean that he no longer is able to participate in RBJ. J is for Russell Johnstone, leading viticulturist with Orlando (a small winery based at Rowland Flat), who has been one of the driving forces behind the resurgence of mature vineyards in the Barossa. RBJ is a blend of Mourvedre and Grenache sourced from a range of venerable old Barossa Valley vineyards.
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