2017 West Cape Howe Cape to Cape Cabernet Sauvignon

2017 West Cape Howe Cape to Cape Cabernet Sauvignon

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RRP: $24.00 per bottle29% OFF

$17.99

per bottle (750ml)

Bottles
4 payments of $4.50 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*

Expert Reviews

92 Points - Campbell Mattinson - Halliday's Wine CompanionIt's a steal. It flows convincingly through the palate before nailing the finish. It's mid-weight, offers mulberry and redcurrant flavours, blows clove and tobacco notes into the frame and does everything right all the way along.

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Who made it?

Located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, West Cape Howe was named after a famous coastal landmark nearby. It was founded in 1997 by Brenden and Kylie Smith before being sold to Gavin Berry (ex-Plantagenet) and partners. West Cape Howe source fruit from specific vineyards, and sometimes specific plots, throughout the maritime-influenced Great Southern wine region. Premium parcels of fruit come from their Langton vineyard, planted in 1978. It has some of the most mature vines in the whole Great Southern area. Senior winemaker Gavin Berry prides himself on creating innovative wines that reflect the diversity of the Great Southern region. He makes wines from Riesling, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Shiraz, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon, to name just a few. The wine styles vary from fresh and fruity, under the Western Australian label, to wines with a more regional focus, under the Great Southern label.

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