Hardys Tintara Cabernet Sauvignon

Tintara from South Australia's McLaren Vale represents both history and innovation in McLaren Vale. With a heritage that dates back to 1861 and with a vision to produce contemporary wines, the result are red wines like this Tintara Cabernet Sauvignon. Full of life and vigour with the typical regional chocolate and mocha characters, this McLaren Vale Cab is a perfect little cellar starter or great paired with lamb shanks.

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Wynns The Siding Cabernet Sauvignon

A relatively new addition to the Wynns stable to compliment the Coonawarra Cabernet Shiraz Merlot and the Coonawarra Shiraz, The Siding Cabernet Sauvignon brings lovely varietal and regional character in a Cabernet that is approachable on release, but also benefits from a few years in the medium term cellar. According to chief winemaker, Sue Hodder, The Siding Cabernet Sauvignon aims to deliver a leading affordable Cabernet that showcases exceptional varietal and region characteristics of red cherry, mint and dark berry flavours, while an array of gentle tannins will further reward from short to medium term cellaring.

Oakridge Cabernet Sauvignon

Oakridge are well known for their white wine styles, especially their Chardonnay, but don't forget the Yarra Valley Cabernet Sauvignon that can do so well. Lovely lifted spice; bright and attractive cassis fruit and layers of fine grained tannin will greet the drinker and will be welcomed by any serious Cabernet lover.

Pensilva Cabernet Sauvignon

A fruit driven mid palate is laden with red cherry, plums and raspberries. The wine has a long, crisp and refreshing finish due to the Cabernets firm and youthful grape tannin framed with elegant and spicy oak. A great drinking wine of complexity and substance.

Jacob's Creek Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

The premium full-bodied wine from Jacob's Creek Reserve range displays intensity of ripe plum with peppery spice and hint of coffee notes on the nose. It is balanced on the palate by the soft approachable tannins and cinnamon oak leading to a medium finish.

Evans & Tate Hullabaloo Cabernet Sauvignon

A celebration of distinct regional flavours of dark berries, plum and bay leaf, this wine finishes long and boldly.

Peter Lehmann Shoulder to Shoulder Cab Sauv

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Lindeman's Gentleman's Collection Cabernet Sauvignon

In 1843, Dr Lindeman, an upstanding man of formidable character, started his own winery. In doing so, he set his sights on civilising a colony of hard-drinking ruffians by introducing them to more gentlemanly pursuits, such as the enjoyment of a refined drop. This longheld tradition continues today with this handsome Cabernet Sauvignon, rich in blackcurrant and cassis, with a dash of fortified wine for a smooth finish. A fine wine by anyones standard.

Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon

The aroma of ripe blackcurrant fruit with a touch of varietal leafiness fill the nose from the glass. Wolf Blass Yellow Label shows the classic Cabernet Sauvignon characteristics, displaying dark berry fruit and cassis with firm tannins. A great food wine.

Yarnbomb Cabernet Sauvignon

Yarnbomb Cabernet Sauvignon, like the gorgeously gowned vine on the label, shows a sprightly flourish of bright fruit over the pearl and plain of familiar McLaren Vale character. All the traditional delights, but with a modern, colourful and rebellious edge.

The Tutor 570 Vines Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon

This striking, inky-purple Cabernet Sauvignon is a Coonawarra classic. It has intense aromas of blackcurrant, mint, and eucalyptus. It is full and ripe with layers of forest fruit and dark chocolate flavours. Great with aged steak and roast vegetables. Whats the importance of the number 570? Thats the number of vines that were first transported to our shores in 1832. They have been collected from Spain and France for the purpose of starting the first vineyards in Australia. Once the vines arrives, they were put into the care of a studious botanist we have nicknamed The Tutor. We were inspired by his story and this wine series pays homage to his careful observation and documentation. Cheers to 'The Tutor'.