Byron & Harold Wheelabout Duncan's Patch Cabernet Sauvignon

This distinctive Margaret River Cab Sav comes from Byron & Harold, considered to be one of Western Australia's most exciting new wine producers. It's full of ripe red berry fruit with mint mocha and fine yet firm tannins lead to a long savoury finish. You'll want to see what all the fuss is about.

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Cradle Cabernet Sauvignon

Cradle Cabernet Sauvignon is a dark red colour with a vibrant appearance that matches its aroma. Notes of fresh mocha, caramel and blackberries dominate. The palate is smooth and well balanced with tones of coffee and hints of chocolate. The careful integration of new French oak and older American oak are evident and give rise to the overall length, balance and finish. This wine whilst drinking beautifully now will also cellar extremely well over the seven to ten years.

McWilliam's Appellation Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon

McWilliam's has for many years crafted wines with fruit sourced from the cooler, high altitude sites situated along the great Dividing Range. This Cabernet Sauvignon from Hilltops shows rich dark currant fruit with autumn leaves aromas that flow nicely onto the palate supported by cedar wood spices and soft velvety tannins.

Tim Adams Sweet Briar Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon

For thirty years, Tim Adams Wines has produced elegant Clare Valley wines. This single vineyard Cab Sav comes from their Sweet Briar vineyard, planted on the rich northern red loam soils of the valley. Delivering full-bodied flavours of ripe berries, with moderate black palate tannins, it's the perfect accompaniment to your favourite red meat dish or a selection of hard cheeses.

Tulloch Cabernet Sauvignon

An medium body Cabernet carrying a balance flavour - some cassis and mint.

Brand's Laira Blockers Cabernet Sauvignon

The Brand's Laira Blockers Cabernet is a Coonawarra red with classic varietal definition. The nose shows cedar, red berry and tobacco notes. The palate is rich, long and beautifully texturally structured. A multi-award winner, the Blockers can be enjoyed now or cellared in the medium term.

Mystery 94 Point Chunky Cabernet Sauvignon

Insignia Cab Sauv

After a Cab Sauv that's big on flavour? Try this on for size. Notes of blackcurrant, cedar and herbs, a hint of mint, and a whisper of mentol make for a complex, yet perfectly balanced wine. Hardys Insignia can be savoured now, or cellared for up to 10 years. 

Riddoch Cabernet Sauvignon

John Riddoch (1827 - 1901) is the man responsible for putting Coonawarra on the map after establishing the Coonawarra Fruit Colony in 1891. Today, Coonawarra and its famous 'terra rossa' strip of limestone rich soil is home to some of Australia's greatest Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards. This Riddoch Cabernet is an exciting expression of the region with its deep purple colour, spicy plum, chocolate and toasty vanillan aromas which are followed by a luscious palate of blueberry and accompanying eucalypt accented spice.

Barossa Valley Estate Cabernet Sauvignon

A Cabernet Sauvignon from Barossa Valley Estate this one's got plenty of blackcurrant aromas, with hints of plum and a silky cocoa texture. Perfect as a winter warmer or alongside a red meat meal.

Yalumba Premium Cabernet Sauvignon

Showing classic Cabernet flavours of cassis, plum and red berries, this is a very good quality cask indeed, finishing smoothly with good persistence.