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Rawson's Retreat Cabernet Sauvignon 0.5% (75cl)

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Rawson's Retreat Cabernet Sauvignon (75cl)

This range of wines were affectionately named after the founder's family cottage which he built in 1845, one year after he planted his first vines on his property in Magill.

Sourced from carefully selected fruit parcels, this low alcohol Cabernet Sauvignon is luscious and smooth.

Enjoy either as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to everyday red meat or pasta dishes.

Tasting Notes:

Concentrated blackberries and red fruits are evident immediately. Balanced firm and rounded tannins add structure. Soft, balanced palate with natural fruit sweetness

 

Serving suggestion:

 

Enjoy either as an aperitif or as an accompaniment to everyday red meat or pasta dishes.

Regional information:

Nestled amongst old Shiraz vines and shaded by a majestic Pepper tree lies Rawson's Retreat - a place of beauty and tranquility built by our founder in South Australia in 1845.

Colonial in style with a corrugated tin roof, rustic floorboards and a large varandah, it is unequivocally Australian, just like Rawson's Retreat wines

Vinification:

Rawson's Retreat wines present classic single-varietal and varietal blends in an approachable, fresh-flavoured style.

Drawing on our extensive vineyard resources, these wines offer first rate quality presenting the drinker with an affordable taste of everyday Australian wine at its best.

We invite you to explore and enjoy the Rawson's Retreat range of wines

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Standard Bottle 75cl
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