Franklin Tate Estates Miamup Margaret River Cabernet Merlot 2013
  • From Evans & Tate founder, Franklin Tate
  • Complex and mouthfilling
  • Regional notes of blackcurrant and dried herbs

Franklin Tate Estates Miamup Margaret River Cabernet Merlot 2013 x12

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Made in the style of the great WA reds (like those of Moss Wood, Houghton and Vasse Felix) this one comes from the ?Tate' behind Evans & Tate. It has classic regional characters of dusty blackcurrant fruit with a charred oak backbone. Try this with a rack of lamb rubbed with garlic, rosemary and olive oil, cooked until the meat is just pink.

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Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot




Enjoy with slow cooked venison stew with winter roast vegetables.


Matured in French oak.


Ruby red.


Lifted black cherry, plum, dusty earthy aromas.


The palate of this wine is softly textured and elegant. The Merlot contributes to the structure with soft mouth filling tannins. Complex aromas lead onto the palate, resulting in a flavoursome, balanced wine with a spicy oak finish.


Named after our vineyard, the wines in the Miamup Vineyard range represent a pure expression of what premium Margaret River winemaking is all about. Our vineyard is in the heart of the Margaret River region and through years of careful cultivation, we have been able to extract the very best from our vines. We only produce the varietals that truly thrive in our region and only the finest fruit is considered for the Miamup Vineyard range.

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