Byron & Harold Friends & Rivals Cabernet Sauvignon

Byron & Harold have made a name for themselves in a relatively short time with the quality of their West Australian wines. This concentrated Cabernet with blueberry and dark chocolate characters, soft acidity and fine dusty tannins reflects their 5 Red Star rating and will cellar beautifully.

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