This half-dozen collection features three pairs of cellar-aged Classified Cabernet from established, highly regarded wineries in Coonawarra and Margaret River. Upgrade your cellar now.
This Mix Contains 2 Bottles each of:
Parker Estate Terra Rossa First Growth Cabernet Sauvignon Coonawarra 2009
Wynns Coonawarra Estate Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon Coonawarra 2013
Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot Margaret River 2013
Terms and Conditions:
* Offer valid until Nov 19th, 2020 or while stocks last. Unless otherwise stated, all cases are sold as a case lot.
† SAVINGS are calculated using full price minus the sale price of each offer..
~ FULL PRICE - Given Langton’s special range of wines, the full price price has been calculated based on individual bottle prices supplied by the relevant winery, reputable wine stores and wine critics such as James Halliday and Robert Parker.
If you have any questions, please contact Langton’s on 1300 946 347 Langton’s, Level 1, 26 Waterloo St, Surry Hills NSW 2010 ABN 77 159 767 843 (Endeavour Group Limited), Licence No. LIQ770010303 © Copyright 2020. Langton’s. All rights reserved. Limited licence: 36120002 Packaged Liquor Licence: 32055289
The warm 2009 vintage in Coonawarra produced smaller than average yields of high quality, well- balanced Cabernet Sauvignon.
Investment in the vineyards in the winery is paying big dividends, viticulturist Allen Jenkins and winemakers Sue Hodder and Sarah Pidgeon with total control. The colour and sheer power of the varietal expression achieved at this level of alcohol (13.5%) is totally admirable; blackcurrant, blackberry and black olive are welded together with powdery tannins and perfectly judged oak.
96 points, James Halliday, winecompanion.com.au
Black Label's 58th vintage is better than ever. Intense aromas, with delicious balance, long flavour, seamless feel and superfine tannins.
95 points, Sydney Morning Herald & The Age, Melbourne.
Wynns Coonawarra Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon, to me, has learned perfect pitch in recent years; it’s found it through the work of Sue Hodder and her team, and through training from vineyard to cellar. It’s not perfect, but it is able to identify Coonawarra without reference. The 2013 hits the high notes... Firm, structured, intense and lengthy. It’s a wine of clear sophistication and restraint, yet shows enough flutter and carry of fruit to seduce. It finds its tones with big swirls of a glass – open weave of dark fruit, the trim and tuck of steely, graphite-tinged tannins. It smells of fine mahogany and dark fruit, earth and spice, olives and anise. The finish pinches, but it’s so very young. Class act; a legato.
94+ points, Mike Bennie, winefront.com.au