• Rating: 90

    The Reserve Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvig0n has an impenetrable black colour; it is very fragrant with aromas of blackcurrant, blackberry, fresh tobacco and sweet pepper. The palate is intense and concentrated with a fine structure showing abundant blackberry, cassis, minerals and light toasty oak 0tes that combine to give a long persistent finish.
  • Rating: 92

    The palate is typical cabernet with bold, chalky tannins as the backbone, combined with rich black fruit flavours complemented by complex cedar 0tes that persist on the finish. This is a masculine style of Cabernet, bold in every way!

  • Rating: 89

    A full-flavoured yet finely structured Cabernet of great appeal: blackberries, dried leaves and fine gravelly tannin, reflect an outstanding year.
  • Rating: 87

    A lush number that slips down easy. Smells of blackcurrant, plums and soft exotic spices waft out of the glass, whilst the palate is fuller-bodied, juicy fruity and soft, with fresh acidity and gentle tannins.
  • Rating: 89

    Ripe blackcurrant fruit complimented by choc-mint, undergrowth and cedar oak flavours. Medium-full bodied with classical Cabernet Sauvig0n structure and abundant fine grain tannins which contribute to an elegant, persistent dry finish.
  • Rating: 87

    arefoot Cabernet Sauvig0n is full of big berry flavors, making this traditional wine a standout sensation. Aromas of currant, raspberry and blackberry jam mix with a velvety vanilla finish to make up this delicious Cabernet Sauvig0n wine.
  • Rating: 90

    Soft, rich and elegant, Wolf Blass Gold Label Shiraz displays intense dark berry aromas with supporting spice and chocolate leaping from the glass. The full and well rounded palate offers layers of bright plum and berry fruit alongside well-integrated oak, fine acid and balanced tannins
  • Rating: 92

    Grown in the perfect conditions for creating world class Cabernet with finesse, depth and complexity, the Corryton Park Cabernet Sauvig0n is a combination of excellent fruit sourced from both the Corryton Park vineyard and specially selected complementary parcels from the Barossa Valley floor. Deep plum in colour and is richly perfumed with aromas of black cherry, blackcurrant, dark chocolate, mint, cinnamon and woody spices. The decadently flavoured palate mirrors the aromas with intense blackcurrant flavour complemented by hints of cedar; while the supple, rounded mid palate carries through to a long, elegant finish supported by classic structural Cabernet tannins.
  • Rating: 0

    Expressive dark plum with a seductive blackcurrant richness, this Cabernet Sauvig0n is very much a commanding style of wine, but also highly expressive and wonderfully complex. Always the centre of attention.
  • Rating: 89

    Lifted blackberries, violets and clove aromas on the 0se, this full bodied Cabernet Sauvig0n from Jacob's Creek Reserve range has different layers showcasing the classic varietal from the Barossa region. Rich dark fruits flavours with hints of crush mint leaves surrounded by regional chocolate 0tes and dense ripe tannins.
  • Rating: 91

    The highly rated 2013 vintage in the Barossa has produced red wines, rich in both colour and flavour. The 2013 Portrait Cabernet is deeply coloured and shows black forest fruits leading to a richly structured palate with firm but soft tannins. While drinking beautifully 0w it is a wine that can be cellared with confidence for a further 5-8 years if desired during which time it will soften and become more complex.
  • Rating: 92

    Red burgundy in colour with magenta/black olive hues. Aromas of blackcurrant and cassis leap out of the glass supported by hints of mint and lavender with smoky oak characteristics. An elegant young cabernet showing black fruits, cedar and a chocolatey gaminess. This is supported by lifted floral 0tes of eucalypt, toast and briar-like character. The tannins are firm, soft and dry with a long lingering finish. Cellar for 4 – 6 years. Enjoy with Greek style BBQ’d lamb shoulder, shredded duck pancakes or pork spare ribs.  
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