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Amadio Cabernet Sauvignon

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Harvested from Amadio Vineyards Kersbrook, cool-climate and high altitude vineyards in the Adelaide Hills, the rich soils contribute to an infusion of intense fruit flavours, complexity and length that deliver through to the palate. This region and sub-climate nurtures each individual vine, and projects the enticing characteristics which results in pure soil, pure environment and pure excellence. 

Colour

Dark cherry with red clay hues

Tasting Notes

This full bodied Cabernet Sauvignon reflects classic Cabernet. This intense wine opens into ripe mulberry, hints of mint and tobacco leave with overtones of cedar and spice. The mouth feel is comforting and cosy yet is built around firm, fine-grained tannins. A warm, mellow wine of very fine style that has been aged in French barriques, new and old, for 26 months. This wine deserves the respect of a fine cellar to age gracefully.

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