Grant Burge Cameron Vale Cabernet Sauvignon is an intense and silky red wine. The grapes for this wine were picked from Grant's Cameron Vale vineyard, which was planted between 1971 and 1975, in a fertile area between Lyndoch and Williamstown, with a portion sourced from the cool Eden Valley.
The maturity of the vines is clearly evident in the intensity and full flavour of the wine. The intense and complex characters of this wine would be a delicious match to aged beef or roasted kangaroo fillets with a saute`d mushroom sauce and a side of steamed green beans and broccoli.
"Bright crimson-purple; a particularly good example of Barossa cabernet sauvignon, with cassis and redcurrant fruit making the initial impact on the bouquet and palate, followed by plum and cedary oak interspersed with fine, ripe tannins; the overall harmony and balance cannot be faulted." - James Halliday
Tasting Note: Elegant yet complex nose of intense fruits; blackberry, plums and blueberries with mint and touches of subtle dark chocolate. The palate has generous dark berry fruits, ripe plums, aromatic spices and toasted French oak.