Vasarelli Vineyards Family Reserve Mclaren Vale Cabernet Franc 2013
  • 100% Cabernet Franc, rare and impressive
  • Intense flavours, complex and rich
  • Estate grown in McLaren Vale

Vasarelli Vineyards Family Reserve Mclaren Vale Cabernet Franc 2013 x12

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Pat and Vicki Vasarelli have been growing Cabernet Franc on their McLaren Vale vineyards for more than 25 years. The vines are lovingly hand tended, giving the fruit an exceptional level of quality that shines through in every Vasarelli wine. This exclusive red shows concentrated rich red berry fruit with hints of vanilla and cedary oak. A rarity worth collecting.

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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 spicey hints in the mid-palate and vanillin oak flavours.


Cabernet Franc has generally been planted in Australia with the intention of blending with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot to emulate the red wines of Bordeaux. In certain regions, however, the Australian climate has produced fruit with enough flavour to make a terrific wine on its own. The Vasarelli Vineyard is one such spot, and this wine is a lovely example of the variety.

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