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Hardys Cellar Collection Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
  • 5 star winery, James Halliday Aust Wine Companion
  • Soft, smooth and approachable
  • World famous brand, top value

Hardys Cellar Collection Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 x12

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With world famous wines like the Sir James series and Oomoo, Hardys is one of Australia's most loved and recognised wine brands. Their Cellar Collection is always a popular choice, offering the right combination of character and flavour, at an exceptional price. The Cabernet is smooth, dark, luscious and elegant - an absolute red lover's delight.

Wine Region

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

2017

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Lamb dishes.

Oak

Moderate use of American oak.

Colour

Crimson with red hues.

Nose

Fruits of the forest fruit aromas with coconut and vanilla fruit aromas.

Palate

A soft medium to full bodied red wine showing blackberry and blackcurrant fruit with chocolate and vanilla biscuit oak flavours. This wine has sweet bright fruit, a fine cocoa like tannin structure and finishes with chocolate and lingering black and red currant fruit.

Background

This is a classic Cabernet Sauvignon from the Cellar Collection range, renowned for producing flavoursome wines that continue to deliver on consistency and quality.

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