The Gallows Wine Co. Car Park Margaret River Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
  • Smooth and spicy Margaret River blend
  • From the famous Gallows label
  • Perfect for an afternoon BBQ by the beach

The Gallows Wine Co. Car Park Margaret River Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 x12

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Named after one of Margaret River's famous surf breaks, The Gallows wines reward the dedicated seeker of beauty, grace and power. The lovely 'Car Park' range (made with Margaret River fruit) delights with its full, rich flavoursome fruit and approachable style; it's perfect for an afternoon BBQ by the beach.

Awards

1 Bronze

Wine Region

MARGARET RIVER

Drink Until

2015

Varieties

Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

The classic Australian BBQ, Home-made pizza with all your favourite toppings.

Oak

Subtle use of oak.

Colour

Deep vibrant ruby.

Nose

Lifted notes of minty, dark chocolate, black currant and plums.

Palate

Rich flavours of dark berry fruit underscored by hints of bramble and chocolate. The fruit is supported by well integrated tannins adding structure to this lingering finish.

Background

Margaret River's famous Car Park surf break is an awesome right-hander that packs plenty of punch. Like the break, this Classic Dry Red always delivers, with waves of classic Margaret River flavour. The wines, produced by The Gallows Wine Co. are crafted from grapes grown on Charlie Maiolo's vineyard, on prime coastal Margaret River land.

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