Tintara `Horseshoe Row` Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 (12 x 750mL), SA. RRP$19

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RRP $19

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$83.88 per case
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The 2007 vintage produced Cabernet Sauvignon of rich colour & flavour. The warmth & early ripening nature of the vintage ensured optimal ripeness and when coupled with gentle winemaking techniques have resulted in a wine of abundant sweet lively fruit flavour. The combination of traditional winemaking coupled with more modern techniques of fermentation in stainless steel & tank pressing has allowed the winemakers to capture bright & lifted Cabernet Sauvignon fragrance & flavour while controlling tannin extraction. The wine is made to be enjoyed in the short to medium term with soft generous fruit complemented with subtle oak influence.

SA - Other South Australian
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes


The wine is clear and bright in appearance. In colour it is deep red with vivid crimson edges.


The nose is clean, fresh lifted nose of red fruits and blueberries, lightly spiced with a subtle earthy undertone.


A well rounded, rich palate exhibiting juicy dark red berry fruit sweetness over subtle even tannins.

Cellaring Potential


SA - Other South Australian
Grape Style
Cabernet Sauvignon
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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Tintara is a winery of two worlds. A living treasure house of tradition on one hand, a testimony to new age winemaking on the other.

The winery is set in McLaren Vale, a town on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula. Nestled between the Gulf of St Vincent and the Mt Lofty Ranges. The result is distinctly Mediterranean.

Established in 1861, Tintara was a pioneer in taking McLaren wines to the world. Today Tintara’s winemaking acknowledges the past and is inspired, producing wines of great regional character and individuality.

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