Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
A balanced, medium-bodied wine with a gentle palate of juicy blackcurrant fruits, along with subtle coffee and savoury cedar. The wine has a silky smooth mouth feel and a lingering finish.Download Full Winemaker Note
On release, the wine is a vibrant crimson red.
Vibrant spicy aromas of red currant, plum and a touch of spice.
Juicy blackcurrant fruits along with subtle coffee and savoury cedar flavours and a smooth gentle finish.
The quality of the Padthaway and Clare Valley components really sets this wine apart. Distinctly flavoursome and true to its varietal origins – but at once soft and approachable. This is the sort of wine you know you should share but just want to keep to yourself.
Has been crafted to be enjoyed immediately but will cellar up to and possibly beyond 2015.
Food type: Duck/Game, Italian, Pasta
Enjoy this simple, quick and very flavoursome dish of Kangaroo meatballs in a rich tomato basil ...
|Promised Land||Cabernet Sauvignon||2010||New World Wine Awards||2012||13a||Silver|
|Promised Land||Cabernet Sauvignon||2010||International Wine & Spirit Competition||2011||Bronze|
|Promised Land||Cabernet Sauvignon||2010||Royal Melbourne Wine Show||2011||26||Bronze|
|Promised Land||Cabernet Sauvignon||2010||Japan Wine Challenge||2011||Silver|
|Promised Land||Cabernet Sauvignon||2010||San Francisco International Wine Competition||2011||Bronze|
|Promised Land||Cabernet Sauvignon||2010||Royal Hobart Wine Show||2011||63||Bronze|
|Promised Land||Cabernet Sauvignon||2010||Royal Queensland Wine Show||2011||Bronze|
Reviews for 0
Ralph Kyte-Powell, The Age, December 2010
This unfussed young red has a minty nose that suggests some Clare Valley influence, although the label identifies its origins only with ""South Australia"". Blackcurrant and briary touches tread a fruity/savoury track on the nose, and the light to medium-bodied palate has good intensity with a slight bite of tannin.
Mike Frost, Courier Mail, June 2011
Arts and Entertainment
This nicely priced red shows blackcurrant and plum on the nose and palate, with a touch of spice, background oak and a fine tannin finish. Enjoy over the next few years with barbecued lamb chops or lamb and rosemary sausages.
Peter Chapman, Daily News, August 2011
Wine. Three of the Best
When it comes to a value for money wine you just can't go past the Promised Land labels from Wakefield'. It's a reputation they have proudly built up over a number of years and once again this cab sav delivers the goods.