Zilzie The Wine Press Series Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016
  • Sourced from the best parcels of land
  • Pair with roast beef or wood fired lamb
  • From the banks of the Murray River

Zilzie The Wine Press Series Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2016 x12

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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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53% Cabernet Sauvignon, 47% Merlot




Roasted beef fillet with sweet potato gratin or wood fired spring lamb.


French oak for six months.


Deep crimson.


Raspberry, juicy cherry and spice characters with subtle toasty oak.


Bright flavoursome fruit and soft silky tannins.


Parcels of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grapes from selected vineyards were harvest at optimum maturity to maximise varietal fruit flavours and supple tannins. Fruit was fermented and left on skins in static and rotary fermenters for seven days to maximise colour and flavour extraction. After primary fermentation the wines were soft pressed and underwent malolactic fermentation before being aged on French oak for six months before being blended and filtered prior to bottling. The earlier than expected 2016 harvest delivered fruit with excellent varietal characters resulting in wine with an ideal balance of sugar, acid, colour and flavour.

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