Parishes Cabernet Shiraz
Tasting Notes

Coonawarra Cabernet covers fruit flavours, from blackcurrant to mulberry and plum, blended with Barossa Shiraz the wine becomes more vibrant with ripe blue and red berry flavours. Overall a soft full palate of juicy plums, vanilla and spice. 

Winemaking

Coonawarra is credited with producing some of the best Cabernet wines in Australia. Barossa is Australia’s most famous wine region and renound for its Shiraz. Together these regions make an incredible blend and is highly desirable as a region.

Soil type: Coonawarra's terra rossa soil is one of the notable terroi it lies on a shallow limestone ridge, raising it above the swampy land either side. 

CLOSURE
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COLOUR
Red
PALATE
A soft palate of juicy plums, vanilla and spice
GRAPE VARIETY
Cabernet Sauvignon / Shiraz
GROWING REGION
Coonawarra Barossa
% ALCOHOL
14.5
MATURATION
18 months in oak barrels
HI-RES PHOTO
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Tasting Notes

Coonawarra Cabernet covers fruit flavours, from blackcurrant to mulberry and plum, blended with Barossa Shiraz the wine becomes more vibrant with ripe blue and red berry flavours. Overall a soft full palate of juicy plums, vanilla and spice. 

Winemaking

Coonawarra is credited with producing some of the best Cabernet wines in Australia. Barossa is Australia’s most famous wine region and renound for its Shiraz. Together these regions make an incredible blend and is highly desirable as a region.

Soil type: Coonawarra's terra rossa soil is one of the notable terroi it lies on a shallow limestone ridge, raising it above the swampy land either side. 

CLOSURE
Screwcap

COLOUR
Red
PALATE
A soft palate of juicy plums, vanilla and spice
GRAPE VARIETY
Cabernet Sauvignon / Shiraz
GROWING REGION
Coonawarra Barossa
% ALCOHOL
14.5
MATURATION
18 months in oak barrels
HI-RES PHOTO
Click here to download.

 

 

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