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Maggies Song Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
  • A generously smooth Cab Sav
  • Flavoursome ripe berry characters
  • Great value for a smooth, soft red

Maggies Song Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 x12

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One taste of Maggie's Song and you'll be singing its praises! It's an excellent example of a richly flavoursome Cab Sav, with an abundance of ripe red and dark berry fruit supported by flavoursome, toasty oak on the long, fine finish.

Wine Region

BAROSSA

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Full-flavoured red meat dishes, roasted lamb rack, mature cheese.

Oak

Subtle oak.

Colour

Deep Red Purple hue.

Nose

Lifted ripe blackberry and black currant aromas with chocmint hints. Well-handled oak further complexes the enticing bouquet with charry cedar notes.

Palate

An excellent example of a warm climate Cabernet Sauvignon. The palate shows an abundance of lifted dark berry fruit flavours supported by flavoursome oak on the long, fine finish.

Background

The Maggies Song label matches classic varieties to prime regions around South Australia to create its wines, like McLaren Vale, Barossa and Adelaide Hills. Carolling up and down the scale, the beautiful song of the magpie reminds you - this is Australia

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