Katnook Estate's wine making history stretches back to 1896, when Coonawarra's second vintage was made in the Katnook wool shed by Scottish immigrant John Riddoch. In 1971 the Yunghanns family purchased Katnook and the first vines were planted soon after, with the first vintages of fruit sold to neighbouring wineries. In 1980 the first wines were made under the Katnook Estate label. The multi-award winning Wayne Stehbens has made the wines since that first vintage, possibly making him Australia's longest serving employed winemaker.
Sings with ripe blackcurrant