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- A majestic Cabernet perfect for cellaring
- Lovely wild berry characters
Warner's Corner By Leconfield Coonawarra Cabernet 2016 2016 x12
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This wine will accompany any meat or full flavoured vegetarian dish and would suit Italian food superbly
14 months maturation in 2-5 year old French and American oak
Full rich red with attractive crimson highlights.
Complex layers of rich cassis and dark berry fruit through a combination of French and American Oak.
Lovely wild berry characters. Medium body in style, excellent fruit sweetness, elegance, long, soft tannins and a persistant flavour
Along the straight road that takes you through the heart of the Coonawarra there is only one bend colloquially known as Warner's Corner, where the vineyards of this classic Coonawarra wine are situated. Warner's Corner is produced by Leconfield Wines from its estate vineyards. Leconfield is situated in the heart of Australia's famous Coonawarra with its rich Terra Rosa soil over limestone providing the ideal environment for growing premium Cabernet Sauvignon. The vineyard was founded in 1974 by pioneering oenologist Sydney Hamilton who at 76 years of age had the ambition to produce the classic Australian red wine. Time has validated his choice of Coonawarra as a fantastic place to do just that. Today the estate remains a family wine busines owned by Dr Richard and Jette Hamilton and is planted predominantly to Cabernet Sauvignon with smaller patches of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Shiraz, Petit Verdot and complimented with the white varieties of Riesling, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. The Hamilton family celebrate 181 years of grape and wine growing in Australia in 2018.
Call 1800 500 260 to purchase a single bottle for $26.00 (plus delivery and handling)
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