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Angus The Bull Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Available by the dozen
Angus the Bull was a simple idea that just wouldn't go away, it soon became an obsession. When it finally reached the point where it occupied all his waking moments, Hamish MacGowan finally decided to turn his vision into a reality. The philosophy behind Angus The Bull is to deliver the ultimate beef eater's experience in good red wine, the ideal accompaniment to charred steak and prime roast beef. Cabernet Sauvignon is the fruit of choice, the aim being to construct an immensely satisfying wine of perennial dependability and consistency.
$1599each
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Angus The Bull is a collation of hand selected harvests, essentially Cabernet Sauvignon, chosen on the basis of a synergy to form a whole that is so much greater than the sum of parts. Each year the most promising parcels are fashioned into the ultimate meat eater's cuvée. The flexibility of an eclectic blending approach provides for great consistency from vintage to vintage and allows for the best attributes of individual regions to be combined for exceptional results. Following the harvest, crush and inoculation, vinification is performed in a combination of static and rotary fermenters, followed by oak maturation and assemblage into the essential accompaniement to all things beef.
 
Intense colour with bright purple hues. Ripe black fruits with rich dark chocolate and vanillin smoky oak aromas. Medium to full bodied palate weight, characterised by dark bramble berry flavours, blue cassis characters and black olive notes, over a length of firm ripe tannins, before a bold, savoury masculine finish.
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Annies Lane Coppertrail Cabernet 2004
Clare Valley
Copper Trail was a route forged by prospectors following the discovery of minerals at Burra in the late 1840s. The Copper Trail passed through the Clare Valley just south of Watervale, through land on which the vineyards of Annie's Lane today produce some of the area's finest wines. Copper Trail Cabernet is an assemblage of the very best fruit Clare Valley has to offer, vineyards are earmarked for their consistency at yielding the most superlative fruit, parcels are isolated on the basis of the most distinctive expressions of Cabernet Sauvignon.
$4499each
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Copper Trail is made to a minimal intervention approach, retaining and enhancing the natural expression of the fruit. Parcels of Cabernet Sauvignon must meet the most stringent quality requirements, showing great depth of colour, intense flavours and the finest tannins. Small batch open fermenters are used to keep vineyard parcels separate, allowing the winemaker to maintain and develop the unique characteristics of each vineyard. Some parcels finish fermentation in oak while others are left to macerate on skins for up to fourteen days after completion of fermentation. The wines are gently pressed into a combination of new and seasoned French oak barrels to mature for twenty months. Alcohol 13.7%
 
A rich, velvet red in the glass. Brimming with lifted aromas of tobacco, violets and cassis. The palate has rich, earthy cigar box characters, balanced with intense berry flavours. The long, lingering finish is supported by elegant, grainy tannins and well integrated oak. A rich Cabernet wine displaying complexity of flavour and structure, with the individual vineyard attributes layered together to achieve a balanced and synergistic whole. Serve alongside kangaroo fillet with Jus dubonnet or lamb with black cherry glaze and field mushrooms.
Balgownie Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
Bendigo
Available by the dozen
Balgownie Cabernet Sauvignon always attracts attention, displaying the elusive holy grail of exemplary varietal definition with distinctive Bendigo regionality, a tradition which has positioned Balgownie as one of Victoria's most cherished Cabernet wines. Balgownie have established a reputation for being long lived whilst offering the ripeness of fruit to provide immense drinking pleasure on release. All grapes are from estate vines well over twenty five years of age, the earliest planted in 1969, grown to rich Bendigo soils, the secret of Balgownie's success.
$3599each
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Balgownie's Bendigo property was originally planted by local pharmacist Stuart Anderson in 1969. The initial plantings consisted of five acres each Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, they remain the mainstay until today. The vineyard is planted on alluvial clay soils that are low in fertility but provide good moisture retention. These soils naturally limit yields and produce grapes with depth and intensity. Traditional open concrete fermenters are employed to ensure a gentle extraction of colour and tannins. A portion of the wine remains on skins to macerate, building palate structure and firming up the tannins. The final wine is treated to an extended maturation in a selection of seasoned and new French oak barriques.
 
Deep red purple in colour. Bouquet displays lifted blackberry fruit with tobacco leaf aromas and cedar oak. The palate exhibits concentrated blueberry and blackcurrant flavours, violets, dutch chocolate and cassis, backed by fine persistent tannins and supple, fragrant vanilla/ cedar oak characters which support the fruit and provide solid structure. The defining characteristics of Balgownie are elegance, balance and intensity.
Ballast Stone Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
McLaren Vale
Available by the dozen
For a region that's so well renowned for world class Shiraz, McLaren Vale makes extraordinary Cabernet and Ballast Stone are on the receiving end of some serious attention for their quality of wines. Grapes are predominantly sourced from the venerable Arthur's Block, where gnarled old vines continue to deliver harvests of the finest fruit anywhere in McLaren Vale. Enthusiasts of accessible Cabernet wines take note, that nothing beats sitting down to a traditional roast leg of lamb with all the trimmings and a glass or two of well breathed Ballast Stone.
$1499each
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Goolwa was the most important river port in South Australia during the nineteenth century, where sailing ships unloaded ballast stone to refill their holds for the return trip to England. The structures which house today's wineworks on Ballast Stone Estate are made from this very stone. Most people are retiring by the age of sixty five, but the old vines on Arthur's Block are just getting started. Parcels of fruit displaying intensity of flavour and solid structure are vinified in a selection of fermenters and treated to a traditional winemaking process before rack and settling. The finished wine is matured in a mix of fine French and American oak barrels to soften the tannins and develop complexity before bottling. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep ruby/ scarlet colour. A bouquet of blackberries and violet, chocolates and mint, eucalypts and well integrated oak. The smooth, full bodied, fruit driven palate exhibiting layers of berry fruits, cassis and dark cherry notes persist as the wine finishes on a note of fine, firming tannins. Made to enjoy right now, while offering the structure and complexity for development.
Balnaves Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
Coonawarra
Available by the dozen
Vintages of Balnaves have been selected on five occasions at the prestigious Coonawarra Barrel Series, the region's most eminent, industry insider's wine taste off. There's a strong synergy between grazing and viticulture, Doug Balnaves knows about both. He managed sheep before taking up a career as a grower, he now plays a senior role in many of South Australia's principal wine industry associations. His vineyards yield the finest Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon and his fruit is crafted by one of the nation's most peer respected winemakers.
$3499each
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Since the initial planting of vines, Balnaves vineyard has grown steadily and now covers a total of fifty six hectares of choice Coonawarra Terra Rossa, principally to Cabernet. The vineyard is divided into small blocks of between one and two hectares, the quality of wine from each block is evaluated each year and recorded. The final assemblage carries wines from the Dead Morris and Quarry blocks. Components were treated to barrel fermentation and/or an extended period of maceration. Balnave Cabernet has spent sixteen months maturing in a combination of tight grain French oak barrels from Seguin Moreau and St Martin cooperages.
 
Deep rich red in colour. Intense nose with aromas of cassis, liquorice and elderberry/ blue berry notes over subtle vanillan oak, showing cooler, more savoury characters. The palate is quite fine and elegant with ripe cassis/ seaweed fruit before a long and fine tannin finish. A deeply satisfying Coonawarra Cabernet upon release, Balnave will also reward careful cellaring. In either case a decant is recommended before service.
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Balnaves The Tally Reserve Cabernet 2009
Coonawarra
Doug Balnaves was a shearer of Merino sheep, recording his count in the tally book to be paid by the number he had sheared. As with all releases of Tally Cabernet Sauvignon, it is the harmony and fine balance which are the outstanding features.
$7999each
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After spells of winemaking at Mountadam, Lindemans, Leo Buring, Pipers Brook and Wynns, winemaking supremo Peter Bissell teamed up with Doug Balnaves, one of the Coonawarra's most experienced viticulturalists. Doug Balnave has been involved in various industry bodies including the SA Wine & Brandy Association, Limestone Coast Wine Industry Council and Coonawarra Vignerons Association. The Tally is assembled from grapes hand picked off Dead Morris Vineyard. The finest bunches are set aside for twenty six days maceration on skins. The Tally was matured sixteen months in completely new Taransaud and Seguin Moreau Chateau barriques before a light egg fining and bottling under procork.
 
Deep rich red in colour. The nose is perfumed with perfectly ripened dark blackberry, elderberry and cassis fruit. The palate is particularly elegant, with coffee and milk chocolate characters adding to the rich, dark fruit. The finish is long and textured with fine grainy grape tannins. Delicate and refined, decant the Tally before drinking.
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Banrock Station No Preservatives Cabernet 2010
Riverland
Banrock Station believe everyone should be able to enjoy the pleasure of fine wines without the unnecessary additions of sulphur and other additives. Enter Banrock Station's new Non Presevative range. Flavoursome, easy drinking wines of true fruit character that appeal to palates the world over. Every one of them comes with the added satisfaction that the winemaking team endeavours to help the earth. A full flavoured Cabernet that's been crafted for unimpeded pleasure, the promise of pure, preservative free enjoyment from a trusted brand.
$1499each
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Banrock Station have been dedicated to the welfare of our environment. The special care Banrock Station takes of the land translates into high quality fruit and exceptional wines which have received impressive accolades. Banrock Station takes care to select healthy grapes of high quality, with concentrated flavours and good acid. Fruit and wine throughout all stages of winemaking are handled gently and with meticulous care to avoid exposure to elements that may cause spoilage. Some malolactic fermentation in oak adds tannins for natural preservation. At no stage in the winemaking process is the preservative SO2 used. Once complete, the wine is immediately cold stabilised prior to filtration and bottling. Approx 13.0%
 
Deep crimson with purple hues. Strong blackcurrant fruit with a hint of sage and creamy oak on the nose. Soft tannins fill the mouth with sweet, round fruit on the mid palate. Made for immediate enjoyment and requires no further ageing. Enjoy with pasta, gourmet sausages, beef and barbeques.
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Barossa Valley Estate Ebenezer Cabernet 2010
Barossa Valley
A regal Cabernet wine, full bodied and intense with powerful varietal fruit and distinctive regionality. The dry grown old vines at Ebenezer are Appellation Superieur, a principal source of fruit for the premium John Duval, Henschke and Glaetzer labels. Soft and approachable now, a true expression of the richness and splendour of old Barossa vines, Ebenezer will continue to evolve gracefully, a Cabernet Sauvignon of great elegance and poise, quality is assured.
$3699each
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Barossa Valley Esate was established as a co-operative of independent Barossa growers with the objective of making and marketing their own premium wine. The growers and makers enjoy a very close relationship. Ebenezer owes its very existence to the many generations who have painstakingly nurtured their vineyards through good years and bad since settlement. Without their persistence and strength many of the great vineyards of the Barossa would today be lost. Traditionally fermented on skins for six days, Ebenezer is matured in a combination of French and American oak barrels for up to eighteen months. Further bottle aged prior to release to soften the tannin profile.
 
Vibrant deep red, purple hue. Aromas of lifted blackcurrant and spice with a touch of eucalyptus and mint. Deep and brooding palate of ripe, dark berries over supporting oak interwoven into the fruit. Firm tannin and flesh with great length of fruit and oak characters. Medium to full bodied with a soft finish. Varietal in character, without being overly herbacaeous. An endless finish on lingering notes of spiced plum and new cocoa oak. To accompany braised venison or duck, rich matured cheese and wide ribbon pasta recipes.
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Barwang GDR Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
Hilltops
Peter Robertson was a Lancaster gunner during World War II. Over the course of thirty missions, he was introduced to wine by his pilot, John Seppelt of Great Western. Robertson turned to farming after the war and planted Hilltops first vines in 1969. Robertson's Barwang property has since produced some of the most memorable New South Wales vintages. Cabernet Sauvignon from two elite blocks are vinified alongside a choice parcel of Grampians fruit, to be assembled into Great Dividing Range, an intensely flavoured, statuesque red wine.
$3499each
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McWilliam's Barwang Vineyard has consistently delivered the most splendid vintages of Cabernet Sauvignon. Great Dividing Range is an assemblage of harvests from three superlative sites. The ¬ĀSilo Block¬Ā at Hilltops Barwang Vineyard, selected for its bright, brambly, dark fruits and soft generous tannins. The ¬ĀForgotten Block at Hilltops Mokinhui Vineyard, chosen for its bright cassis, pristine dried herb and dark chocolate fruit flavours, forming the backbone and contributing structure. A select component picked off ¬ĀBlock 10 at Rosebank Vineyard in the Grampians, brings richly concentrated blackcurrant characters, roundness and flesh. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Bright crimson with youthful purple hues. Cassis, mulberry and dried herb fragrances dominate a complex, perfumed nose, displaying controlled power with elegance. A richly concentrated, classically structured Cabernet Sauvignon, showing a great length of black fruit flavours, olive, currants and eucalypt, over a structure of elegant oak and sound tannins, a wine of solid structure, superb concentration, opulence and sophistication.
Barwang Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Hilltops
Available by the dozen
The long, late ripening conditions and exhilarating continental microclimes of Barwang Vineyard, marked by cold nights and warm summer days, produce red wines of considerable flavour profile, power and extract. Since the 1996 edition, Barwang Cabernet Sauvignon has claimed trophies and prestigious accolades, with every vintage collecting at least one significant gold medal. An exemplary Cabernet wine with a profound, mouth filling palate, to accompany herb crusted rib eye or bacon wrapped quail, braised hare sous jus or your favourite recipe lamb.
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McWilliam's Barwang Vineyard consistently over delivers with rich, generously flavoured wines. Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are picked at optimal ripeness and gently destemmed, the fruit is inoculated with cultured yeast and vinified in open top fermenters for several days. Juices are treated to frequent pumpovers for extraction. The fermenting juices are drained and returned twice daily until the wine is pressed off. To complete primary and malolactic fermentation, the wine was transferred to a selection of seasoned and new French and American oak hogsheads. Barwang Cabernet is aged for a year or more while being treated to a modicum of rackings throughout the maturation.
 
Vibrant red purple with crimson hues. Lively blackcurrant, licorice and chocolate fruit notes with subtle varietal mint nuances. Generous lashings of nutmeg and mocha oak are also prevalent. Fleshy fruit driven wine with dominant flavours of cassis, licorice and dark chocolate. Shows ample structure from supple tannins and nutmeg oak, finishes with lingering savoury tannins.
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Berrys Bridge Pyrenees Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
Pyrenees
A dry grown, single vineyard, hand crafted Pyrenees Cabernet Sauvignon. George Berry started his vineyard and orchard in 1862 on the banks of Carapooee Creek. Whilst some rootstock 110 to 140 years old can still be found, today's Berry Bridge are the fruit of plantings by Jane Holt and Roger Milner. Milner developed his passion for viticulture after several vintages at Chateau Reynella in the 1970s. He joined forces with Holt BAppSc(WineSc) & AssocDegAppSc(Wine-growing), and happily took on the challenge of re-developing the site.
$3299each
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Berrys Bridge has a very limited production of three super premium editions annually. The 6¬Ĺ hectare vineyard and winery at the northern foothills of the Victorian Pyrenees, was first planted to vines in 1990 Rich red clay soils, warm summer days and cool nights provide lush ripe berries with intense colour, concentrated flavour and complex tannin structure. The area enjoys good winter/spring rainfalls and relatively dry summers. Good canopy management generally minimises disease. The hand picked fruit is treated to a small batch open fermentation, hand plunged and baskert basket pressed. Matured in fine grained oak barriques under temperature controlled conditions until bottling without filtration.
 
Deep crimson colour. The nose displays aromas of violets, cedar and luscious sweet cassis fruits. The full bodied palate is crammed with fruit, cedar, hints of olive and gorgeous fine, silky tannins that hold the finish for a considerable time. Despite its weight, this wine is surprisingly soft and supple at the finish with moderate acidity that balances the abundant tannin and fruit.
Bethany Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Barossa
Available by the dozen
An assemblage of parcels off the Schrapel estate property and a close neighbour's vineyard, coalescing into the magical alchemy between the Barossa Valley and Cabernet Sauvignon, so eloquently varietal yet beguilingly approachable. Fruit is fermented on skins for optimal extractions, rack and returned before pressing into American and French oak barrels for an extravagant two years maturation. Blackcurrants, mulberries and pencil shaves before a gentle black fruits palate, its taught framework of fine grained tannins resolve on a long, perfumed finish.
$2799each
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