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Black Wattle Regional Selection Limestone Coast Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
  • Black Wattle beauty
  • Shows off the best of Limestone Coast
  • Try with herbed mushroom lamb chops and mash

Black Wattle Regional Selection Limestone Coast Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 x12

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This shows the elegance and restraint for which the Limestone Coast is famous. Violets, plums, blackcurrant and chocolate - it's got the lot! Only the best fruit is selected for Black Wattle wines, evident in the number of trophies and medals won by the vineyard over the last few decades, and evident with every mouthful!

Wine Region

LIMESTONE COAST

Drink Until

2018

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

13.5%

Foods

Herbed mushroom lamb chops and mash.

Oak

Matured on oak.

Colour

Mid seep red with purple hues.

Nose

Plum, black cherry, floral lift, earthy fruit, clean.

Palate

Full of flavour with lifted earthy plum and cherry fruit flavours well supported by fine chalky tannins on the persistent finish.

Background

South Australia's Limestone Coast is beginning to encroach on Coonawarra's uniqueness. There is no doubt that Coonawarra is this areas most renowned but coming from behind Padthaway, Wrattonbully, Robe and Mt Benson are all proving to be worthy contenders to the heavyweight title.

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