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  1. 2011 Miamup Cab Sauvignon, Howard Park

    Deep ruby red in colour with aromas of youthful and classic cabernet aromas of sweet mint, poached red fruits, savoury herbs and a touch of mocha and toasted oak.

  2. 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva, Viña Leyda

    Soft and structured Cabernet Sauvignon with red fruit and gentle toast. Plums and cherries in the up front well integrated with hints of tobacco and mocha. It is an expressive Cabernet where the tipicity of the variety stands out from the oak. In mouth it has lively fruit, making this wine a fresh and juicy one, with soft and friendly tannins.

  3. 2012 Director's Cut Cabernet Sauvignon, Heartland

    Deep purple colour heralds blackcurrant accompanied by ripe red cherry. A mouth coating texture and supple tannin structure create an experience of perfect equilibrium.

  4. 2010 Unánime, La Mascota
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    2010 Unánime, La Mascota

    (6x75cl)

    Unánime has an intense cherry-red colour, elegant aromas of chocolate and tobacco, along with a touch of black pepper and some fleshy notes. Well structured, with round tannins
    that blend nicely with its fresh, juicy acidity.

  5. 2003 Morgenster Estate Red, Morgenster

    Colour: Saturated ruby red.
    Nose: Sexy aromas of dark berries, cassis and kirsch, hints of chocolate and mocha.
    Palate: The palate impression offers ripe fruit, bedded in finely knitted ripe tannins. All these combine to assail the palate with a level of density, structure and viscosity to offer an outstanding mouth-feel. A liquid velvet texture is transformed by a rocky, minerally element. A complete wine with a classic elegance and excellent finish.

  6. 2011 Fay Cabernet Sauvignon, Stag's Leap Wine Cellars

    A single vineyard, estate grown wine from Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, the winery which put California on the wine map in 1976 when it beat Bordeaux’s best in a blind tasting competition that became known as the Judgement of Paris. The fruit for this Cabernet Sauvignon was sourced from the Fay Vineyard, one of the great sites in the Napa Valley; these complex grapes create a wine which shows an abundance of supple red and blackberry character, voluptuous perfume and a luscious, fine-grained texture. As well as the layers of bright, smooth fruit, the wine shows hints of red liquorice, black tea and sage, culminating in a lingering floral note on the finish.

  7. 2008 Château Grand Puy Ducasse, 5ème Cru Classé

    Exhibits a dense, almost opaque colour with gorgeous up-front, sweet, ripe fruit. The palate is medium to full bodied and chewy with a well endowed, plush texture. The wine is pure, complex and engaging.

  8. 2001 Château Potensac, Médoc
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    2001 Château Potensac, Médoc

    (12x75cl)

    Potensac’s 2001 is an elegant, medium-bodied Medoc offering dried herb and berry fruit characteristics in an open-knit, attractively fruity, pure style.

  9. 2013 Antu Cabernet Carmenère, Ninquén

    Deliciously ripe fruit dominates the nose, supported with spicy vanilla notes. The palate is full and concentrated but rounded and easily approachable, offering dense blackcurrant fruit, smoky oak flavours and fine grained tannin on the finish.

  10. 2013 Shiraz Cabernet, Mullygrubber, Warburn Estate

    The Shiraz Cabernet blend is an Australian classic, delivering an approachable and easily enjoyable style. Generous red and black fruit aromas precede a soft and supple palate packed with blackberry and cherry flavours with hints of spice. Finishing smooth and rounded, this is ideal as a partner to pizza, pasta and red meat and is fruit forward enough to be a satisfying drink by itself.

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