Starve Dog Lane Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 (6 x 750mL), Clare Valley, SA.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049
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$119.94 per pack
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What’s a starving dog got to do with great wine? Every dog is eternally curious ; hungry for more . From the temperate climes of the Adelaide Hills, the warmer, hardier blocks of Clare Valley, and across the more select vineyards throughout South Australia, Starve Dog Lane’s boundless energy for new tastes and fresh experiences breeds curiosity, enticing like -minded wine enthusiasts to join in the adventure . At home in the backyard, or on city streets, Starve Dog Lane is constantly on the trail of a new breed of wine tastes, smells, experiences … for a new breed of wine lovers .

SA - Clare Valley
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes


Aromatics flaunt an intense mix of blueberry and cassis aromas with minty notes, cigar box spice and chocolate. Well worth a sniff!


Cabernet curious minds will be rewarded with a wine of bright varietal fruit flavours of blueberry and cassis wrapped around smooth dark choc tannins that lengthen into fine textual cigar box oak finish. You have got one lively dog in your hands!

Food Matching

Beef rib, marinated with wholegrain mustard and with roasted vegetables. Serve with cauliflower gratin and fresh green beans with pan fried mushrooms.

SA - Clare Valley
Grape Style
Cabernet Sauvignon
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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“What constituted a lane, I suppose, was a large encampment of German emigrants who had pitched their tents in a parallel line on the opposite side of the row. They were recent arrivals from Germany by the ships ZEBRA and PRINCE GEORGE, and were the pioneers and founders of the little rural hamlet of Hahndorf.”

Extract from the ‘Adelaide Observer’ September 1, 1888. Vision and conviction nurture innovation. Greatness and character rise from adversity. The Adelaide Hills were settled by pioneers with great foresight and faith. The cool climate and high altitude of the region produce intensely flavoured and finely structured fruit.

Nicholas Bowen, Winemaker

Starve Dog Lane’s Winemaker Nic Bowen is ‘Bred with Cred’. Raised in a well-known WA winemaking family, Nic first explored the world of wine by working in the cellars and vineyards of the estates that his father was managing. He has garnered several prestigious awards and in 2012, he accepted the position as Winemaker at Tintara Winery, further exploring the territory of sparkling, white and red wines. It was a natural move for him to take on responsibility for the award winning Adelaide Hills wines from Starve Dog Lane. Boundless curiosity and great experience mean that Nic will use his skills to pursue the success of these wines for many years to come.

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