2012 Terramore Wines Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon

2012 Terramore Wines Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon

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93 points - James Halliday's Wine Companion

Expert Reviews

An attractive, well balanced, medium-bodied cabernet showing Coonawarra at its best in this price range. Cassis, spice, coffee and a touch of mulberry all come together well, tannin and oak in support. 93 points - James Halliday's Wine Companion

5 Stars 2014 Winestate Magazine 5 points - Winestate

Tech stuff

14.0
Coonawarra
2012
Screw Cap
Cellar to 2021
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

This is certainly one of our best value wines - a delicious, aged Coonawarra Cabernet with choc minty, cedar, blackcurrant pastille fruit and supple tannins for drinking over the medium term.

How was it made?

Aged in fine grain French oak for around 18 months, the 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon is deep red in colour with ripe mulberry aromas and appealing cocoa/dark chocolate oak complementing the fruit. 

Who made it?

The name Terramore is a play on the words terroir, relating to the terra rossa soil of the Coonawarra, and the Italian word for love, amore. It is the newest addition to the Coonawarra region of South Australia created by third generation grape growers Phil and Mandy Gartner. The aim is to produce wines that are quintessential Coonawarra from their vineyards located in the heart of the region. The Terramore mission statement is ‘Fine wines from the terroir of Coonawarra.’ The first release was a 2009 full-flavoured, rich Cabernet Sauvignon, but they also produce crisp, tropical Sauvignon Blanc and plush cherry and plum Shiraz.

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Kamil Narayan

Senior Wine Advisor

I love experimenting with wines and encourage our Wine Collective members to try something different all the time. It’s amazing how the same grape variety from 2 different regions made by 2 different wine makers can taste so different. Some wines can be enjoyed on their own while others are better with food. If we all liked the same thing we’d be pretty boring.