Cabernet and blends

19 Products Found

Alto Los Romeros (Chile) 2022 Cabernet Sauvignon

88 Points - Descorchados
4 Stars & 88 Points - Candice Chow, Raymond Chan Wine Reviews (2021 vintgae)

Intense and lively ruby red color. On the nose are rich fruity aromas of plum and cherries, accompanied by toasted notes and coffee from French and American oak aging. On the palate it is concentrated, with soft and elegant tannins and a pleasing final persistence. Cabernet Sauvignon was the first varietal that Luis Felipe Edwards produced from their site in Chile's Central Valley.  A deliciously ripe Cabernet, bursting with black fruit flavour. Try this with Grilled lamb cutlets.

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Ata Rangi (Martinborough) 2021 Celebre

A full and enticing nose of aromas; blackberry and boysenberry tempered by spice notes of cardamom and cinnamon and a more complex savoury hint of sweet cedar. A seamless blend of tannins, ripe fruit and oak carry the wine to a satisfying and balanced finish.

The 2019 Célèbre is a blend of merlot 45%, syrah 40% and small portions of malbec 10% and cabernet franc at 5%. This is a wonderful release of Célèbre, the significant vine age of 30 years and over, contribute to the concentration and complexity of this wine. Impressive on release, this wine will continue to evolve further and reward cellaring"



ERP $49.99

Don David (Argentina) 2021 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

91 Points - James Suckling
"Blackcurrant, violet-essence, pine and tobacco-leaf aromas. It’s medium-to full-bodied with firm, fine-grained tannins. Sleek and fresh. Drink or hold."

Fantastic reserve Cabernet Sauvignon from Michel Torino. Made with one goal in mind: creating the best wine from the best grape selection from the most incredible terroir. Located 1700 metres above sea level, the Cafayate Valley creates stunning wines with it's unique alpine climate. Aged in French and American Oak, this wine is everything you are looking for in top flight Cabernet Sauvignon - sophisticated and complex with a long elegant finish. This wine is unbelievable buying.

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ERP $29.99

Single bottle: $23.99

El Alto (Colchagua Valley) 2019 Shiraz Blend

90 Points - James Suckling

El Alto is the premium red blend from the estate; 55% SHIRAZ, 15% MALBEC, 15% CABERNET SAUVIGNON, 10% CARMENERE, 5% MOURVEDRE.

Ruby red color of medium intensity. Expressive nose with a wide range of aromas, such as ripe red berries, cherries, plums, bitter chocolate, and other notes of black pepper, cedar, and coee. The palate is balanced, with well-achieved and vibrant tannins that deliver volume, long persistence and a unique freshness, typical of our mountain vineyards.

18 months ageing - 20% in new French and American wood


Grant Burge (Barossa) 2021 Ink Cabernet

A stunning Cabernet Sauvigon from Barossa. This is a pedigree Australian Cabernet with the previous vintage to this one (2020) picking up Trophy for Champion Cabernet Sauvignon at the 2021 NZ International Wine Show.

A concentrated and deeply coloured wine with intense chocolate and berry flavours. A deeply coloured wine with great depth and varietal definition.

From superstar winery Grant Burge. This wine is from the heart of the Barossa region.


ERP $19.99

Grant Burge (Margaret River) 2021 Ink Cabernet

A concentrated and deeply coloured wine with lashings of dark berry fruit flavours and undertones of mocha, black olive and tobacco.

From superstar winery Grant Burge. This wine is from the heart of the Margaret River region.

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ERP $19.99

Single bottle: $17.99

Main Divide (Waipara) 2021 Merlot Cabernet

93 Points - James Suckling,
91 Points - Cameron Douglas MS 
4 Stars - Michael Cooper, The Listener Magazine
93 Points - Sam Kim,

Deep ruby in appearance with aromas of dark fruit, such as blackcurrents, plums and boysenberries. Layered beneath there are also hints of tobacco, liquorice and cloves.  While the wine is full bodied, the Merlot component ensures it remains smooth and succulent on the palate, with generous fruit weight and soft velvety tannins.

Vegan Friendly

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ERP $21.99

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McGuigan Black Label (South Australia) 2021 Cabernet Merlot

A smooth and vibrant Shiraz exhibiting rich aromas of red berries, black fruit, black pepper and hints of spice. The full rounded palate displays generous ripe berry fruit flavours, soft tannins and a long lasting finish.


ERP $14.99

Mount Rozier (Western Cape) 2021 Fire Pit Cabernet Sauvignon

Bronze Medal - IWSC

New - fantastic Cabernet Sauvignon from the Journey's End team in South Africa.

A beautiful dark purple colour. It shows beautiful aroma of dark sweet fruit, hints of ripe cassis and subtle dark chocolate spice. It has a broad, succulent and silky palate with plenty of red fruit, smoky cigar box and soft roasted almonds notes. Fine, textured tannins on the finish.

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Pegasus Bay (Waipara) 2020 Merlot Cabernet

94 Points - James Suckling
94 Points - Cameron Douglas MS
94 Points -Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
4.5 Stars - Michael Cooper

The wine has a deep, ruby colour. The merlot has provided purple plum flavours and a plump, fleshy, mid-palate structure. Cassis elements and a backbone of mouth-filling, ripe tannins come from the Cabernet Sauvignon. Small portions of Cabernet Franc and malbec donate an ethereal, lifted bouquet, the latter giving a whiff of rose petals, as well as filling out the structure and adding to its length. It is a big, dense, chewy wine, which expands in the mouth and has a lingering, spicy after-taste.


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Penfolds (South Australia) 2021 Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz

Penfolds 2023 Allocation is here!

97 Points - Ken Gargett, Wine Pilot
97 Points - Ray Jordan, Wine Pilot
19+/20 Points - Matthew Jukes, 
96 Points - Tyson Stelzer,

97 Points - Andrew Caillard MW

Commercial description
"Bin 389 was often referred to as ‘Baby Grange’, in part because components of the wine are matured in the same barrels that held the previous vintage of Grange. First made in 1960 by the legendary Max Schubert, this was the wine that helped forge Penfolds reputation with red wine drinkers by combining the structure of cabernet sauvignon with the richness of shiraz. Exemplifying the judicious balance of fruit and oak, Bin 389 highlights the generous mid-palate Penfolds is known for

GRAPE VARIETY Cabernet Sauvignon (53%), Shiraz (47%)
VINEYARD REGION McLaren Vale, Coonawarra, Barossa Valley, Wrattonbully, Padthaway
WINE ANALYSIS Alc/Vol: 14.5%, Acidity: 6.6 g/L, pH: 3.67
MATURATION 12 months in American oak hogsheads (37% new)
VINTAGE CONDITIONS McLaren Vale enjoyed a relatively mild growing season.

COLOUR Black core, purple rim NOSE A kaleidoscope of aromas. First noted, sweet pastries. Blueberry danish and chocolate croissant. Sugar dusting. The fruits of the forest are quick to emerge, fresh blackberries and mulberries dominant. There is the faintest suggestion of formic acid, Max Schubert would approve. Dried bay leaf, pink peppercorns and black cardamom add spicy intrigue. The imagination conjures thoughts of rare roast beef with black pepper crust, seared venison loin, coal dust, cocoa powder and graphite. With a swirl, aniseed/licorice notes become pronounced. PALATE A flawless integration of the two varietals, neither dominating but working together in harmony. The aroma descriptors deftly match the palate. Flavours of black fruit and red fruit compote abound. Cocoa powder sweetness adds weight to the substantial mid-palate. There are plenty of savoury flavours to balance out the sweetness, with cold sliced salted beef, roast lamb cooking juices and cured pastrami. The tannins are fine, reminiscent of oolong tea, providing plenty of structure. The delicious fruit is married seamlessly with the creamy American oak. A fine seam of acid provides a refreshing lift on the finish. Very approachable now, but with plenty to offer down the track."

Peak Drinking
2025 – 2055


ERP $149.99

Peter Lehmann (Barossa) 2020 Hill & Valley Cabernet

Hilll & Valley wines showcase the great diversity of the Barossa region. From the cooler Adelaide Hills to the elevated Eden Valley vineyards to those situated on the Barossa Valley floor, these ancient soils provide the base for great wines that speak of their origins.

"Dense with a bright red edge, there are dark brooding fruit aromas with hints of blueberry and choc-mint. The palate is medium-bodied with blue fruit and fine grained tannins for a very soft finish."


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Single bottle: $23.99

Peter Lehmann (Barossa) 2022 The Barossan Cabernet

Crafted by the next generation of Peter Lehmann winemakers, THE Barossan showcases the superb fruit sourced from the many fabled sub-regions across the Barossa Valley. A selection of the Barossa’s key growers, renowned for their quality and skill, have shared their passion and pristine fruit to create this quintessential Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon. Each parcel speaks to its vineyard origins, sharing a special and unique aspect of the sub-region.

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ERP $24.99

Single bottle: $21.99

Taylors (S. E Aus) 2021 Jaraman Cabernet Sauvignon

Gold medal - Melbourne International Wine Competition
Gold Medal - MUNDUS VINI International Wine Awards
Gold Medal - Berliner Wine Trophy
Gold Medal - London Wine Competition
Gold Medal - Global Cabernet Sauvignon masters

Clare Valley 52% / Coonawarra 48%

There are lifted aromas of dark blackcurrant fruit along with subtle choc-mint and a hint of eucalypt. On the palate, this is a rich, full-bodied wine with intense flavours of cassis and blackberry fruit along with attractive oak characters of cigar box and tobacco leaf. Overall, the wine is well balanced with complex, well-integrated, elegant tannins providing structure and an intense, persistent length to the finish. 

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ERP $34.99

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Taylors Masterstroke (Coonawarra) 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon

Double Gold Medal - China Wine & Spirit Awards
Double Gold Medal - VINUS International Wine and Spirits Competition
Great Gold - Gilbert & Gaillard International Challenge
Great Gold - International Wine Awards Spain
Gold Medal - Catavinum World Wine & Spirits Competition
Gold Medal - Concours International des Cabernets
Gold Medal - Frankfurt International Wine Trophy
Gold Medal - Berliner Wine Trophy
Gold Medal - Critics Challenge International Wine & Spirits Competition
Gold Medal - New York International Wine Competition
Gold Medal - MUNDUS VINI International Wine Awards
Gold Medal - Sommelier Challenge International Wine & Spirits Competition
Gold Medal - Stellar Cellar Selection BTI
Gold Medal - Gilbert & Gaillard International Challenge
Gold Medal - Asia Wine Trophy
Gold Medal - Japan Wine Challenge
Gold Medal - Portugal Wine Trophy
Gold Medal - Wine Luxe International Awards
98 Points - Winestate Magazine

"A stylish, well made, deep crimson wine… lovely fresh varietal fruit characters… fleshy and flavoursome in the mouth..." Winestate Tasting Panel


ERP $59.99

Te Mata Awatea (Hawkes Bay) 2022 Cabernet Merlot

5 Stars - Michael Cooper
5 Stars - Sam kim Wine Orbit
96 Points - Cameron Douglas

First made in 1982, Awatea continues to represent the best of the classic Hawke's Bay cabernet/merlot blend. Floral aromas with intense blackberry, currant and dark plum flavours lead to a rich, supple palate with a sustained finish. Awatea will continue to evolve in bottle for ten years from harvest.

winery note
" A deep brilliant crimson with an underlying amethyst hue, Awatea ’21 immediately offers up concentrated blackcurrant, blackberry, dark plum, cocoa-powder and cedar with a subtle marine note in the background. The ripe dark and red fruit is fresh and varietally defined, enlivening the wine with layers of brightness, persistence and appeal. This depth of fruit, balanced by the bright, ripe, acid tension, carries right through to its fine dry finish. The most concentrated Awatea ever this ’21 is a delight."



ERP $43.99

The Butcher's Cellar (Australia) 2022 Cabernet Sauvignon

Finally a range of wines designed specifically for meat - glorious meat!

Sourced from Riverland, Limestone Coast and Coonawarra. Lifted red and black fruits on the nose, hint of spice, and subtle hint of mint. Medium to firm tannins with long flavour length.Our regional sourcing from warmer climates to cooler temperatures provides a full spectrum of style and flavour.

Aclassic pairing to lamb due to its tannin profile and hint of mint. You can also pair it with slow cooked beef or ribs to reinforce its juicy reds’ characteristics.

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ERP $23.99

Single bottle: $19.99

Thorn Clarke Sandpiper (Barossa) 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon

Gold Medal - Melbourne International Wine Show
Bronze Medal - Royal Hobart Wine Show
Bronze Medal - New World Wine Awards
92 Points - Sam Kim, Wine Orbit

The Sandpiper range is named after the migratory bird which visits the Thorn Clarke vineyards annually from the northern hemisphere - something of a reminder of the tenacity and commitment which is required for long term viticulture.

The Sandpiper Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from several Thorn-Clarke owned vineyards. This wine is produced in a 'fruit forward' style with 12 months in primarily French oak; the wine is ready to be enjoyed now and will comfortably cellar up to 5 years. This Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon displays great lift and intensity of fruit whilst retaining Cabernet varietal character.


ERP $22.99

Villa Maria (Hawkes Bay) 2019 Ngakirikiri Cabernet Sauvignon

100 Points - Sam Kim Wine Orbit
97 points Rated Outstanding - Cameron Douglas

Produced by NZ’s most awarded winery. A piece of NZ wine history is here and it’s name is Ngakirikiri. It means “The Gravels” in Te Reo and it’s Villa Maria’s flagship wine.

Commercial description
"Our icon wine Ngakirikiri is a presentation of the very best of Villa Maria’s holdings in the Gimblett Gravels appellation. Produced in only the most exceptional vintages with painstaking attention to detail, it is a highly aspirational project and arguably the most comprehensive and focused wine Villa Maria has ever produced."

Simply stunning!


ERP $152.99