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Chateau Tanunda South Australia Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
  • From the historic, iconic Chateau Tanunda
  • Flavoursome, vibrant, approachable Cab Sav
  • Cuts beautifully through red meat

Chateau Tanunda South Australia Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 x12

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Product Code: AR6924
From one of South Australia's oldest, most trusted wineries, this easy-drinking Cabernet lives up to its reputation with an approachable, mouthfilling, flavoursome palate. Filled with dark berry fruit flavours, fragrant spice and finely grainy tannins finishing long, it'll be a hit at dinner parties and barbecues alike.

Wine Region

SOUTH AUSTRALIA-OTHER

Drink Until

2016

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

An excellent match for red meat and game dishes.

Oak

Subtle use of oak.

Colour

Ruby red.

Nose

Lifted aromas of black fruits, and fragrant spice classically Cabernet.

Palate

A soft and easy drinking wine style, this Cabernet displays aromas of black currant, black cherry and fragrant spice on the nose. Vibrant, dark berry fruits on the palate, the wine finishes long with finely grained tannins from careful use of oak.

Background

Chateau Tanunda was established in 1890 and started what is now over a century old tradition of fine wine making. 'The Chateau' as this grand building is affectionately known by Barossans, has been the home and starting ground for many of the Barossa's top winemakers and characters ever since.

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