Vasarelli Vineyards Mclaren Vale Cabernet Franc 2010
  • An excellent example of Cabernet Franc
  • Sourced from 40 year-old McLaren Vale vines
  • Perfect partner for cured meats

Vasarelli Vineyards Mclaren Vale Cabernet Franc 2010 x12

Product Code: R3930
This elegant, flavoursome, distinctive Cabernet Franc comes from the Vasarellis' hallowed patch in McLaren Vale. Rich and savoury it's made for good friends and great food.


McLaren Vale, South Australia.

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Cabernet Franc




It will partner cured meats and tomato-based pasta dishes.


American and French for 12 months.


Bright cherry red with medium depth.


Intense dark cherry aromas combine with some herbal hints and a touch of mint and toasted cedar-like oak scents.


An excellent example of Cabernet Franc with concentrated ripe dark berry fruits, complexed by underlying herbaceous hints in the mid-palate and vanillin oak flavours.


For Pat and Vicki Vasarelli, the pairing of food and wine is as much of an art as their lively marriage. Having emigrated to Australia from central Italy they continue the Italian tradition of making spicy pork sausages, year-long cured prosciutto and strongly flavoured salted cod at their McLaren Vale home. The vineyard covers 40 acres and most of the root stocks are over 40 years old. Prior to establishing their own label, the Vasarelli's sold their fruit to Wirra Wirra, Ryecroft and Orlando.

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