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1 - 12 of 55 Barossa Cabernet
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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
$443DOZEN
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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.
Bethany Cabernet Merlot
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Cabernet and Merlot are sourced from the Schrapel family vineyards at Bethany and neighbouring sites along the Barossa foothills. The Bethany property is replete with vines, decades old, which are very low yielding and produce fruit of great intensity and flavour. The special microclimate of the foothills is reflected in the bright, dark cherry colour, enticingly fragrant aroma and full flavoured, harmonious palate. The powerful structure of Cabernet is complemented by the suppleness of Merlot, a style which can be enjoyed fully whilst young.
$2599each
$311DOZEN
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Traditional viticultural practices are applied, vines are hand pruned and often hand picked. Grapes from each vineyard are kept separate throughout the wine making process until assemblage. Vinified on skins in open fermenters at controlled temperatures between 22C and 28C for several days. After traditional pressing, the wine is transferred to American and French oak hogsheads. A malolactic culture is added early to induce secondary fermentation whilst in barrel. The wine is racked after settling and minimal sulphur is added, a critical factor for natural flavour development. Matured eighteen months prior to racking and the final assemblage.
 
Deep, black cherry colour. A complex bouquet displaying young vibrant fruit, lifted red berries with some overtones of oak and a slightly spiced nature. A palate of soft fine tannins and fresh red berry characters. The mouthfeel shows excellent textures, approachable and satisfying in its youth. Deeply flavoursome, gentle with overtones of light milky oak, a well balanced finish.
Bethany Cabernet Sauvignon
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
$335DOZEN
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BVE Entourage Cabernet Merlot 2009
Barossa
Entourage is both adherent and partisan, an outspoken proponent, cast in the mould of the great Barossa Valley Estate's flagship E&E wines. The experience from generations of viticulture and a succession of internationally acclaimed vintages all play a role in the genesis of Entourage. Parcels of Barossa grown Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are fashioned into a generously flavoured, forward drinking red wine with polished fruit and velvet tannins, realizing fully the vision of the growers, makers and entourage of devotees who contribute to the experience.
$1299each
$155DOZEN
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Barossa Valley Estate are old hands, the progeny of generations who have worked the land and planted vines throughout much of the Barossa's viticultural history. The temperature fluctuations of Barossa Valley can be extreme, making it difficult for the tempermental Cabernet to achieve it's full potential. The team at BVE know the valley well, all it's mildest microclimes and most favourable sites. Grapes are treated to a pre ferment cold soak and maceration followed by a traditional vinification in small batch fermenters. Upon completion, batches are seeded for malolactic and transferred to a selection of mostly seasoned French oak barrels for a term of ageing and integration. Alcohol 14.0%
 
Rich ruby red colour. Complex aromatic nose of chocolate mint, cassis and perfumed French oak. The palate offers a multitude of Barossa characters, a concentration of dark berry flavours, plums and Cabernet leaf over a structure of fine, mellow tannins, brought forward by the Merlot for a wine of exceptional length. Serve alongside pork sausages, rich tomato based pasta or slow cooked lamb.
Charles Melton Kirche Shiraz Cabernet 2016
Barossa
Available by the dozen
A collation of choice parcels Shiraz from the Krondorf Village districts in Barossa. All grapes are dry grown and great emphasis is placed on the quality of fruit. Yields are extremely low, often only one or two tonne per acre. Parcels are vinified and assembled to contruct the most complete wine, in terms of balance between pure fruit flavours and earthy/ gamey qualities. A style which has a kiss of sweet oak, allowing the rich fragrance and flavours of old dry grown vines to remain at the fore, a Shiraz of intense flavours and richness by a Barossa master.
$3299each
$395DOZEN
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Blocks of vine are picked in different lots to provide a full range of flavours. Parcels are treated to the full Charles Melton melange of techniques, whole bunch fermentation along with destemmed but uncrushed fruit. Cap management techniques include pigeage and hand plunging, as well as daily pumpovers throughout a week of vinification. Batches are filled to a mix of French and American oak barriques for completion of ferments, at a range of alcohols between 12.0% and 17.0%, fortuitously not too much quantity at either extreme, delivering a fascinating palate from which to assemble. An extended course of two years maturation on gross lees achieves a Barossa Shiraz of outstanding weight and complexity.
 
Lovely deep dark colour. Intense black fruits with a little smoky oak influence showing through. Very lifted nose with a faint camphor/ methanol note but not intrusive. An array of plum and blackberrry flavours seasoned by a twist of the pepper mill, a long spicy palate showing cedar oak and savoury chocolate, finishing with firm, rounded tannins. The weight of fruit is there, the elegance shines through.
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Cockatoo Ridge Cabernet Merlot
Barossa
A mostly Barossa wine fashioned at an ancient wineworks that was once Hardy's Siegersdorf. The remarkably approachable Cockatoo Ridge has seamless wood and fruit balance that seems to call for another glassful! Rich and soft, an equitable arrangement between two of the most compatible noble red varietals.
$999each
$119DOZEN
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The strength of Cockatoo Ridge lies in the estate's dedication to quality viticulture, superior fruit, and consummate devotion to maintaining the highest standards. An assemblage of high quality Merlot and Cabernet parcels, the former provides structure with the ability to develop whilst the Merlot contributes richnesss to the mid-palate. A combination of crushed and whole berries are inoculated, while other ferments are drained and returned for maximum extraction of colour, flavour and tannins from the skins. By so doing in combination with moderate fermentation temperatures, a complex array of base wines from which a Cuvee of generous fruit flavours and approachability can be determined. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Vibrant crimson red. A very attractive nose displaying dark chocolate, mint and blackberry fruit aromas, along with subtle toasty oak. Palate shows an attractive full bodied wine expressing powerful rich cherry and mint flavours, with some spicy characters, on a backbone of soft velvety tannins. Secondary impressions of dark soy and briar, mulberry, blackcurrant and plums with a generous balance of oak and a finish of good persistence.
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Dutschke Block 80 Merlot 2013
Barossa
Dutschke are the birthplace of Barossa Merlot, originally sown in 1980 by Ken Semmler, cuttings from Block 80 were removed and replanted by the Vine Improvement Society into nascent sites on some of the nation's most prestigious vineyards. The inaugural harvest of 1990 was mixed with Cabernet and Shiraz under the moniker Willowbend. Since then the branding has evolved into Dutschke, the pick of the estate's Merlot is reserved each year for a pure, St Jakobi Vineyard wine.
$2499each
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Ken Semmler returned to the Barossa after a tour of duty with the RAAF, dodging anti aircraft fire above the jungles of Vietnam. He went to work on his father's farm, planting vines which today are source to some of Lyndoch finest wine grapes. Only the best parcels are vinified and branded as Dutschke, the majority are passed on to other estates. Merlot off fully mature vines grown to the 1980 Block on the elite St. Jakobi family vineyard, are treated to an extravagant maturation of fifteen months in a selection of new and prior use American and French oak hogsheads. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep garnet colour. Distinctive perfumed dark berry perfumes, cocoa and carob oak, seasoned by a twist of aromatically spiced French vanilla bean, underbrush and clove. A round soft plum berry palate of fresh fruit flavours, black cherries, parched purple currant characters, all supported by a fine length of pliant velvet tannin and seamless French vanilla oak.
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Dutschke Jackson Cabernet Shiraz 2013
Barossa
Once upon a time, around the end of the nineteenth century, the Semmlers grazed cattle on what are now Dutschke vineyards. They always grew grapes and made their own wine but it wasn't until the 1930s that Oscar Semmler started taking viticulture just a little more seriously. True to the tastes of the time, most of the yield was made into rich ports and fortified styles. Dutschke wines have retained their luscious fruit character, crafted in the timeless old world way, Barossa village Cabernet Shiraz of impeccable balance, elegance and grace.
$3199each
$383DOZEN
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Deep garnet red hues. Bramble and black plum nose, currants and blueberry spice, cedar, violets and clove. A beautifully sculpted palate, layered with ripe red and black fruits, piquant with pepper notes and a curl of lightly seasoned oak, augmented by firm yet supportive, lingering tannins, a long sweet and savoury finish over a lasting length of refined velvet textures.
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Dutschke Sami Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Barossa
At the tender age of six weeks, Samantha Dutschke was introduced to winemaking when her feet were dipped into a bucket of fermenting Cabernet, the idea being to make footprints on paper for her grandparents in America. Whenever a truly spectacular vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon comes around, a small amount of Dutschke Sami is set aside for a very special limited release.
$2999each
$359DOZEN
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Growing season 2014 was one of those monumental vintage years, parcels of Cabernet Sauvignon were found with tremendous flavour, earmarked for inclusion into Sami's very own. Thanks to uncle Ken Semmler’s 1978 Block on St Jakobi Vineyard at Lyndoch, a few hundred cases of something very limited and quite special has been made. A mouthfilling, generously flavoured Barossa Cabernet wine aged in mainly new and one year old French oak hogsheads for eighteen months. Great effort has been made to ensure the oak treatments compliment and marry into the wine's sweet fruit rather than dominate, Sami will develop more complexity as she grows and evolves. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep scarlet colour. Violet and blueberry perfumes, some spice and leather, cocoa, cola and blackberry. A more-ish palate of dark berries, chewy, gummy fruit and intense varietal expressions of black currants with cassis, stylish tannins and defferential oak. A ripe, fully flavoured wine, very approachable now because of its fruit and softness.
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Elderton Ashmead Cabernet Sauvignon 2002
Barossa
Elderton know what it takes to make Australia's best Cabernet Sauvignon, having claimed multiple trophies including the 1993 Jimmy Watson. The Ashmead block has consistently produced small parcels of outstanding quality fruit. Traditionally the wines from this site are blended into the Estate range, however in 1998 Lorraine Ashmead realized the excellence of fruit and released it as a pure single vineyard wine.
$9999each
$1199DOZEN
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Elderton Vineyard was planted in 1904 by Samuel Elderton Tolley, acquired by the Ashmead family in the late 1970s it started producing labelled bottled estate wine from the 1982 harvest. The vineyard was almost destroyed in 1997 to make way for higher yielding vines, however the decision was made to promote the vineyard to a higher destiny – thus the Ashmead. An unknown clone of Cabernet on it's own rootstock, most likely G9V3, planted in 1944, grown to deep alluvial silts over limestone, yielding one to two tonnes per hectare. Ashmead is the most elite expression Barossa Cabernet, aged for thirty months, racked thrice, mainly in a selection of predominantly French oak puncheons. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep purple/ black in colour. A nose of rich ripe fruit, solid toasty oak and aromatic spice aromas. Virulent bouquets of mint and of dark olives, plums and cassis, roast smoky meats and menthol. Deliciously rich and concentrated, Ashmead offers impeccable balance and plenty of mocha, blackberry and plum fruit which are all supported by firm and favourable tannins. You can have it today as it's already spent time developing in bottle, optimal ageing is between five and twenty years.
Elderton Ashmead Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Barossa
Available in cases of 6
The first and final word in world class Barossa Cabernet, aged in a luxurious selection of completely new French oak hogsheads. The Ashmead block is so low yielding that it was almost gutted and re established to more productive plantings. The vines suffer from the notorious Dead Arm disease but yields an extraordinary quality of fruit. Fortunately for the world of wine, Ashmead was retained as an Australian Grand Cru Classe. Elderton are not unfamiliar with ultra Cabernet, having claimed significant trophies including the 1993 Jimmy Watson.
$9499each
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The Ashmead block has consistently produced small parcels of peerless quality fruit. Traditionally this elite parcel has been blended into the estate range, but in 1998 Lorraine Ashmead was inspired by its excellence to release it under the family name. An unknown clone of Cabernet Sauvignon but most likely G9V3, planted by Samuel Tolley in 1944, is grown to deep alluvial silts over red brown limestone soils. Yields at this precious vineyard are a meagre one to two tonnes per hectare. Grapes are hand picked and teated to a chilled vinification in open top concrete fermenters, before transfer to exclusively new French oak puncheons and hogsheads for completion, malolactic and twenty two months maturation. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep purple/ black colour. Sweetly perfumed aromas of blackberries and candied plum, vanilla and oaken spice. Concentrated and lush palate showing dense dark berry fruits and suave baking spice notes, seasoned by savouryness and herb. Ashmead boasts excellent precision, harmony and depth, incredible persistence as the wine lingers on an immeasurably long finish.
Elderton Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Barossa
Available by the dozen
Elderton Cabernet was winner of the prestigious Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy in 1993, the following years it claimed back to back Gold and Trophy at the Barossa Wine Show. The 1994 vintage gave Elderton its first international Gold medal in London, an unbroken tradition of remarkable vintages have embossed the Elderton Estate name as a national champion, being chosen by Qantas for service in first class. The superior quality of fruit grown to Elderton's fifty year old estate Cabernet vines, yield a wine of intensity, opulence and grace.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
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Elderton sits atop very old, deep alluvial soils over limestone, the majority of Cabernet vines which contribute grapes are over fifty years of age, the oldest established in 1949. Harvested throughout the cool of night, Cabernet clones 1654, BVRC12 and BVRC30 are crushed into open concrete fermenters and treated to a cold soak. Heading down boards are employed after two days to keep the cap submerged and allow better control of fermentation rate, constant pumpovers percolate oxygen through the skins. Batches are pressed into a selection of seasoned French oak hogsheads and puncheons for completion of malolactic and a series of rackings over twenty two months before assemblage. Alcohol 14.5%
 
Deep purple colour. Blackberries and cassis, beetroot and mint with a touch of cedar on the bouquet. Full bodied palate exhibiting plum and back fruits, classic Barossa varietal characters of cassis, black olives and mint. Medium bodied, a rich, classy palate, for a fully integrated Cabernet wine showing unobtrusive oak and polished tannins.
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