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Black Wattle Mt Benson Cabernet Sauvignon Magnum 2009
  • Silver and Bronze medal winner
  • Rich and flavoursome cool-climate Cabernet
  • The perfect match for lamb or pizza

Black Wattle Mt Benson Cabernet Sauvignon Magnum 2009 x6


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Product Code: R9909M
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1 Silver
6 Bronze
"I'm a real Cabernet fan," says Black Wattle winemaker Neil Doddridge. "As much as I love Shiraz, given the option, I'd drink Cabernet every time." Planted in 1992, the Black Wattle vineyard is just hitting its mark - the 'sweet spot' for making deep, concentrated and balanced wines. This will easily cellar for another 10 years. It's a top-class wine.


1 Silver, 6 Bronze

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Lush Lamb Shanks with Peas and Mash Potatoes.


New and 1 year old French oak.


Very intense, deep red with purple hues.


Concentrated herbal black currant hints, aromas of juicy ripe berries and a light touch of mocha all combined with integrated fine toasty French oak, a very concentrated and complex bouquet


Great depth of concentrated spicy fruit with tobacco cedar notes combined with ripe black- berries, the intense fruit from the nose follows through on the palate. Solid yet well balanced even tannin structure balanced with a fine acidity and rich earthy flavours produce a very special wine of great complexity and length.


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Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $79.99 (plus delivery and handling)

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