McWilliams Hanwood Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 New South Wales - 12 Bottles

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McWilliam’s Hanwood Estate Cabernet Sauvignon shows a dark crimson colour with purple hues along the edges. The perfumed bouquet exhibits fruity aromas of plum, blackberry and dark cherry with light hints of chocolate and licorice evident in the backdrop. This full-bodied red wine is smooth and vibrant on the palate with juicy flavours of cassis, blackcurrant and blood plums coupled with soft tannins, to culminate in a long and lingering climax. This elegant and flavoursome Cabernet Sauvignon tastes great with meatballs, roasted duck breast, and grilled steak with Salsa Verde.

$16.00 per bottle
$192.00 for 12 bottles
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$ 192.00

WINERY INFORMATION

Located in the stunning landscape of New South Wales, McWilliam’s Hanwood Estate is internationally acclaimed for crafting a wide range of Australian wines, sourced from the vineyards of the Riverina wine region. Established by Samuel McWilliam in 1877, the winery is currently managed by sixth-generation winemaker, Scott McWilliam.

TASTING NOTES

McWilliam’s Hanwood Estate Cabernet Sauvignon shows a dark crimson colour with purple hues along the edges. The perfumed bouquet exhibits fruity aromas of plum, blackberry and dark cherry with light hints of chocolate and licorice evident in the backdrop. This full-bodied red wine is smooth and vibrant on the palate with juicy flavours of cassis, blackcurrant and blood plums coupled with soft tannins, to culminate in a long and lingering climax. This elegant and flavoursome Cabernet Sauvignon tastes great with meatballs, roasted duck breast, and grilled steak with Salsa Verde.

More Information
Awards 5 Star Rated Winery
Alcohol 13.50%
Cellaring Will drink well over the next 5 years
Region South Eastern Australia
Varieties Cabernet Sauvignon
Vintage 2013*
VIP Exclusive No
Brand McWilliams Wines
Vintage Note *Vintage may vary. Every effort is made to ensure the current vintage is displayed, however variations can occur.