George Wyndham Bin 888 Cabernet Merlot
George Wyndham was one of the founding fathers of the Australian wine industry after planting the first commercial vineyard in 1830. Wine like this Cabernet Merlot pay tribute to George with its rich blackcurrant and cassis flavours, complemented by plum flavours and soft tannins. A great match with a variety of red meat and game dishes, Mediterranean cuisine and cheese.
Cow Bombie Cabernet Merlot
The typical Margaret River Cabernet characters of red berries and leafiness are neatly balanced with the softer, plummy notes of Merlot.
Cullen Diana Madeline
Vanya Cullen continues to amaze the world with her brilliantly flavoursome and elegant Cabernet named after Di Cullen, a true pioneer. Vanya is also pioneering in her own style with the introduction to 100% bio-dynamics and the results are to there to be seen by all. The highest possible Langon's Classification is bestowed upon this wine and with it's agability is one for the true wine lover and collector. [Biodynamic]
Cheapest by 17%98 pointsCullen Diana Madeline$123 eachIn any 6$16.35 per 100mLHistory:
Cullen Diana Madeline 2016$124 eachIn any 6$16.47 per 100mLHistory:
97 pointsCullen Wines Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot (Signed by Vanya Cullen) 2011$295 each$19.67 per 100mLHistory:
96 pointsCullen Diana Madeline 2010$130 each$17.33 per 100mLHistory:
Cullen Diana Madeline 2003$180 each$24.00 per 100mLHistory:
Cullen Diana Madeline 2002$200 each$26.67 per 100mLHistory:
Arrogant Frog Ribet Red Cabernet Merlot
The Arrogant Frog Ribet Red Cabernet Merlot from the South-West of France is a juicy, easy drinking style with soft tannins on the finish. Jean-Claude Mas has crafted the perfect red to enjoy with grilled lamb chops from the BBQ or many pasta dishes.
Howard Park Cabernet Blend
One of the Margaret River's more celebrated producers, Howard Park have forged a healthy cult following. The 2001 Cabernet Blend is a full bodied red that has developed liquorice and humidor characters beneath a layers of concentrated blackberry.
Cullen Cabernet Merlot
Cullen, world famous for their Diana Madeline Cabernet Merlot, have introduced another Cab Merlot, a distinguished offshoot of the Langton's classified Diana Madeline. Majority Cabernet Sauvignon blended with Merlot and touch of Petit Verdot gives the wine a luscious, bright cherry flavour with red berries playing their part. Aged in French oak, 40% of which was new, for one year. Delicious to serve with veal, lamb or beef today, but will also reward up to 10 years in the cellar.
Parker Estate 1st Growth Cabernet
A classic Coonawarra vintage from Parker Estate. Big rich cassis, blackberry and raspberry primary fruit still shows. A fine integrated influence of French oak that delivers a balanced cedar and cigar box finish. From a very highly regarded vintage in Coonawarra the 1996 has huge, full-bodied flavours that coat the palate, low acidity, sweet tannin and a sensationally long finish.
Voyager Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot
Voyager Estate has quickly earned itself a seat at the head of the table in Australia when it comes to elegant, and classic Cabernet. Appealing aromas of ripe blackcurrant chocolate and that distinctive Margaret River forest floor character. The palate is powerful yet balanced with concentrated red berry fruits. The Voyager Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot is a magnificent wine to lay down for a decade or more and will repay the patient in spades.
Woodlands Margaret Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot
Woodlands were one of the 'first wave' of wineries to set up in the Margaret River in the early 1970s and today that heritage is in the capable hands of Andrew and Stuart Watson, sons of the pioneering David. The Margaret Cabernet Merlot displays aromas of rosemary, leather and spice winding through blackberry and blackcurrant fruit. The palate is a reflection of the nose, and is bolstered by eucalypt, bay leaf and cranberry flavours.
Wantirna Estate Amelia Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot
From a unique vineyard site in Melbourne's eastern suburbs the Egan family have been producing this beautiful Bordeaux-styled red since 1997; cassis and cedar characters with admirable length. Adorned with artwork from Melbourne cartooning icon, Leunig, the Amelia is firmly established within the Langton's Classification of Australian Wine and is a must have for all serious wine collectors.