Adelaide Winemakers `Landcross` Cabernet 2014 (6 x 750mL), Adelaide, SA.

Adelaide Winemakers draws on the knowledge and experience that only a diverse team with a variety of strengths can provide.

Our team meticulously crafts our wines in order to supply you with the opportunity to enjoy them to the fullest.

Great wines know no boundaries!

Landcross wines are always fresh and vibrant and while always cool climate, are not restricted to a single wine region. To achieve this outcome, Adelaide Winemakers draws on its great vineyards from “across the land” of South Australia. Careful analysis of the soil and climate provides us with the opportunity to best display the purest expression of the variety. These wines are ideally enjoyed young and bright.

There’s no time like the present!

Overview

Adelaide Winemakers draws on the knowledge and experience that only a diverse team with a variety of strengths can provide.

Our team meticulously crafts our wines in order to supply you with the opportunity to enjoy them to the fullest.

Great wines know no boundaries!

Landcross wines are always fresh and vibrant and while always cool climate, are not restricted to a single wine region. To achieve this outcome, Adelaide Winemakers draws on its great vineyards from “across the land” of South Australia. Careful analysis of the soil and climate provides us with the opportunity to best display the purest expression of the variety. These wines are ideally enjoyed young and bright.

There’s no time like the present!

Region:
SA - Adelaide / Adelaide Hills
State:
South Australia
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Winemaker: Sam Watkins & the Boar’s Rock Winemakers

Vintage Notes

2014 was characterised by a short,warm ripening season with full flavours.

Colour

Deep cherry with a brick red tint.

Aroma

A rich nose opening with mint and spice, leading into dark fruit balanced with a complexing layer of oak.

Palate

Medium bodied with firm but rounded tannins, chocolatey mid-palte and lingering oak closing off the end.

Cellaring Potential

While short to medium term cellaring could be handled, this wine is best enjoyed fresh.

Food Matching

Roast lamb with rosemary and plenty of potatoes, or a good barbie!

Grays Tasting Panel Review

A good honest Tuesday night Cabernet. Rich dark fruit with nice presence of tannins. Perfect with a Scotch Fillet with caramelised onion & mixed mash” Penny - GraysWine Buyer (MAY/2016)

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