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Bleasdale Langhorne Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
  • From Langhorne Creek's oldest winery
  • 5-star Halliday rated winery
  • Traditional, rustic style Cabernet

Bleasdale Langhorne Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 x12

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From the Langhorne Creek's oldest winery - and Australia's second oldest family-owned winery - this Cabernet is lusciously smooth, rich and dark. A deep red in colour, it'll entice you in and you'll want to keep collecting this year after year.

Wine Region

LANGHORNE CREEK

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Char-grilled red meats.

Oak

Subtle use of oak.

Colour

Deep red with slight purple hue.

Nose

Strong regional characters of dark berry fruits with hints of dried herbs and spice aromas.

Palate

Full bodied dry red with strong regionality showing on the palate. Dark, ripe berries and subtle herb notes combine seamlessly with firm, integrated tannins which add both body and weight to this terrific wine.

Background

Located south-east of Adelaide, the Langhorne Creek area has built a tradition of producing generous, richly-flavoured red wines that have a distinctive regional stamp. This wine will appeal to those who like the old-style Australian reds - rich, smooth and with plenty of soft oaky tannin.

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