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Right Side Of The Tracks Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
  • Quintessential Coonawarra Cab Sav
  • Plum and black cherry fruit
  • Soft and well-balanced tannins

Right Side Of The Tracks Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 x12

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Bill Brand's Right Side of the Tracks wines are considered legendary and are Coonawarra through and through. Bill's grandfather got off the train at Coonawarra in 1902 and started work at John Riddoch's winery. The family tradition has passed down over a century of Brands and this wine does not disappoint. This Cab Sav has plum and black fruit flavours and a clean lengthy palate.

Wine Region

COONAWARRA

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Game pie, rare beef, osso bucco

Oak

French oak hogs heads.

Colour

Intense deep ruby red purple colour.

Nose

Earthy, varietal Cabernet Sauvignon fruit, light tobacco leaf, plum and black cherry fruit

Palate

Soft and well-balanced tannin and acidity structure and a clean lengthy palate.

Background

Bill Brand's Right Side of the Tracks wines are Coonawarra through and through - as is Bill! His grandfather got off the train at Coonawarra in 1902 and started work at John Riddoch's winery. The Brand family have lived in the region and been involved with fine Coonawarra wine ever since.

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