Cabernet Blends x12

  • For hearty winter lamb roasts, nothing beats a delicious Cab Sav or Cab Merlot
  • The wine's flavours and fine, grippy tannins are the perfect foil to red meat
  • Includes wines from Margaret River, Currency Creek and McLaren Vale

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Product Code: CBCC119
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N Mcgui Series Cab 17 (12 2017

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The Gallows Wine Co. Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016 With fruit sourced from Charlie Maiolo's estate vineyards, this Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot provides a pure taste of the Margaret River experience. Soft and well balanced with an opulent, yet refined palate, fleshy integrated tannins finish with savoury depth from the smoky oak.
Vasarelli Vineyards Family Reserve Currency Creek And Mclaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 This premium Cabernet Sauvignon is the product of a combination of factors: top class fruit from the Vasarelli's lovingly tended Currency Creek and McLaren Vale vineyards, top class wine making and an Italian passion for food and wine. And boy does it show!

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Zilzie The Wine Press Series Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016 From the family owned Zilzie estate comes a red blend carefully sourced from the best parcels of land. Each grape variety is carefully tended and processed to retain each varietal's distinctive characteristics that combine perfectly in this flavoursome and bright bottle.

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