Crazy about Cabernet Mixed Six Pack

Crazy about Cabernet Mixed Six Pack Crazy about Cabernet Mixed Six Pack

Crazy about Cabernet Mixed Six Pack

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Are you crazy about Cabernet? We are, and this case of our best Cabernet massively overdelivers with all that varietal flavour overflowing out every sides.

What's more, this isn't some one trick pony - there's Bordeaux for starters, and then Cabernet from all over the place -including  Coonawarra, the Pyrenees, McLaren Vale. Six great wines, at a magnificent price.

One each of the following wines are included in this mixed case:

2017 Thorn Clarke Terra Barossa Cabernet SauvignonFrom the Clarke family, this Thorn Clarke Terra Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon strikes that perfect balance between lots of rich Barossan flavour and yet not trying to be heavy and jammy. As the late Raymond Chan said in a review last year, this is 'full-bodied, the palate is elegant in proportion, but has depth, intensity and penetration of blackcurrant fruit'.91 Points - Raymond Chan. 91 Points - Sam Kim - Wine Orbit. 91 Points - The Wine Collective.

2018 Vinrock Cabernet Sauvignon: No surprises that this dense Cabernet is a beast. Sourced from a lock on the Luca Vineyard, it's exactly what you want McLaren Vale Cabernet to be - full bodied and full of life. Blackcurrant, licorice and red fruit flavours are further enhanced by a deep framework of rounded and supple tannins. These attributes combine to result in an exquisitely balanced wine that has depth, complexity and persistent length.
93 points - Sam Kim. 94 Points - The Wine Collective.

2015 McGuigan Shortlist Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon: Tapping into their extensive vineyard resources to full effect, McGuigan here has a delivered a pretty handy Coonawarra Cabernet that for any other brand would be a lot more expensive. The best thing about this wine is the tannins - it's got loads of them, helping to drive the whole wine forward and ensuring this will still be alive in decades to come. 
92 Points - The Wine Collective.

2018 Bayliss Road Black Label Cabernet SauvignonRipe and generous McLaren Vale Cabernet with big black fruit flavours. That's what you expect with Vale reds though, and this doesn't disappoint. Blackberry, blackberry and oh yes, more blackberry.93 points - Sam Kim. 92 Points - The Wine Collective.

2016 Malesan AOC Bordeaux Rouge: This gold medal winning Cabernet Merlot blend is pure Bordeaux, with a leafy edge and no shortage of real tannins. The nose is fragrant and reveals intense notes of black fruit mixed with lighter notes of oak and vanilla. On the palate, the wine is full, rich and aromatic, revealing pleasant notes of black fruits. 
94 Points - The Wine Collective.

2015 Di Giorgio Barrel Reserve Coonawarra Cabernet: Picked from the finest barrels (hence the barrel select), it's a deep, concentrated and masculine Coonawarra Cabernet from the Di Giorgio family that is built for long term ageing. This wine exhibits a balance and richness which is characteristically Coonawarra, with seductive fine hints of blueberry and black olives, soft, fine grain tannins and ample sweet fruit flavours. 
91 Points - The Wine Collective.

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When people ask me what my favourite wine is I say “Riesling!” then I follow up with “Shiraz, Cabernet, Champagne ohhh and Pinot Noir!”. Basically, if it tastes delicious I’m here for it, regardless of the varietal. Here are a few vino’s I’ve enjoyed recently, check them out:

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