Yellow Tail Mixed Red Favourites (12 x 750mL)

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$8.25 per Bottle
$99 per case
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Overview

This pack consists of;

  • 2 x Yellowtail Shiraz
  • 2 x Yellowtail Cabernet
  • 2 x Yellowtail Merlot
  • 2 x Yellowtail Pinot Noir
  • 2 x Yellowtail Shiraz Grenache
  • 2 x Yellowtail Cabernet Merlot

*Current vintages will be supplied*

Region:
AUS - Multi-regional
State:
Multi-regional
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Yellow Tail Shiraz has aromas of ripe berries and sweet vanilla. Spicy, sweet fruit flavours on the palate are matched with subdued earthy tones and fine tannins.

Yellow Tail Cabernet Sauvignon is a bright red colour with a fragrant nose of primary red fruits and blackcurrants. Aromas of crushed blackberries with sweet mocha also fill the nose. Brimming with rich blackcurrant fruit and sour cherry flavours, the wine is mid-weight and displays a soft velvety finish.

Yellow Tail Merlot is soft and supple, with sweet, plum and cherry flavours and a hint of liquorice or anise. Merlot is an excellent alternative to the heavier and more tannic red varieties.

Yellow Tail Pinot Noir is a pale ruby coloured wine. It exhibits attractive aromas of wild raspberries and strawberries from the bouquet. The medium-bodied and fruit-driven palate is filled with bright flavours of fresh cherries and red berry fruits, fusing with sweet spice notes and velvety tannins. It culminates in a captivating finish. This versatile drink is ideal for consumption throughout the year. Enjoy it with picnic foods, or simply as an aperitif after a long day.

Yellow Tail Shiraz Grenache is everything a great wine should be – lush, vibrant and easy to drink.

Yellow Tail Cabernet Merlot is soft and supple, with sweet, plum and cherry flavours and a hint of liquorice or anise. Merlot is an excellent alternative to the heavier and more tannic red varieties.

Vintage
Current Release
Region
AUS - Multi-regional
Grape Style
Mixed pack
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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The Casella family arrived in Australia from Sicily in 1957, bringing with them not only generations of family wine making, but the know-how to produce wines that are more than simply a drink with dinner. Yep, they had a vision for Australian wine drinkers.Sure, there was plenty of elbow work along the way, but with their experience and wine knowledge put to use, the Casellas set about developing their fledgling wine company.

It all started with the Casellas recognising the great potential of the Riverina region in New South Wales – the area speaks with brightly flavoured fruit and offers wines of great drinkability. So, in 1965, they bought land near the township of Yenda outside of Griffith in New South Wales, and here they began their grape growing.

Grape growing became wine making, and wine making needed a winery, so we go a few more years down the track and in 1969 their winery was born. After years of toil and great success the Casellas took another step in 2001 with the creation of [yellow tail], a new and fun wine brand that spoke to modern drinkers and wine lovers the world over. And the fireworks began…

Still, the Casellas have never lost sight of their humble beginnings, even as [yellow tail] continues to take the world by storm. The wines are found in more than 50 countries around the world. Meanwhile, [yellow tail] is Australia's number one wine exporter, and has become the top selling wine in Canada and the USA. And still, the Casellas stay true to their family business. Today, the day-to-day operations of the winery are run by the three Casella sons - John, Managing Director and Winemaker; Joe, Australian Sales Director; and Marcello, Director and Vineyard Operations Director.

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