33° South Cabernet Merlot

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Description

 

The fruit for this wine has been grown with love and passion by one of the area’s longest standing wine growing families and comes straight from their vineyards in the Margaret River region – an appellation which has come to be regarded as not only one of the greatest wine regions of Australia, but possibly the world. Bordered by ocean on three sides, Margaret River is nestled in the south-west of Western Australia. Blessed with flawless natural beauty, its soil and weather conditions are ideal for wine making.

Each wine from this winery has been careful created using master techniques, and has been dispatched from the winery at the highest possible quality.

 

Tasting Note: The palate shows rich and fleshy mulberry and plums which mingle with spice and fine grained tannins and soft oak

Additional Details

SKU:
10007-UNIT
Style:
Dry Red
Varietal:
Red Blend
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
14
Region:
Margaret River

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