Saltram Mamre Brook Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
$2999each
$359DOZEN
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Fruit Cabernet Sauvignon
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
Each $29.99
$359.00
Currently out of stock
Richly stylized Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon, previously winner of the Stodart Trophy, made for many years by the family behind the illustrious Pepperjack. The story of this enduring wine dates back to 1844, when William Salter built a stone house for his family naming it Mamre Brook, after Abrahams spiritual home. The eminent Dolan family, twice Jimmy Watson winners, crafted many of Mamre Brook's most memorable vintages. A fully aromatic Cabernet, perfumed with new French vanilla oak, endowed by a cornucopia of ripely spiced berry flavours.
Established during South Australia's earliest settlement, the historic Mamre Brook House still stands today as the spiritual home of Saltram. Mamre Brook Cabernet is made from fruit grown to mature vines, planted to distinguished low yielding sites in Barossa Valley, which have been supplying Saltram for generations. Growing conditions are idyllic for harvests of optimum ripeness, a concentration of flavour, exceptional structure and superb tannins. Vinified in traditional eight tonnes open top fermenters for up to a fortnight, before being pressed off skins and racked into a a high proportion of new French and American oak barrels for sixteen months maturation before assemblage. Alcohol 15.0%
TASTING NOTES
A rich, intense purple red in colour. This wine displays complex aromas of plump dark fruit, boysenerry and chocolate. It's trademark is an intense perfume of vanilla that is alluring and unforgettable. Buoyant, plush and silky, it develops a pleasant overlay of oak as it breathes and develops within the glass. The richly layered, well-structured palate offers concentrated mulberry and blackberry flavours, fine tannins and excellent length. Always an outstanding vintage whatever the year, a cornerstone of the Saltram label.
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Saltram Mamre Brook Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
WinerySaltram
Fruit Cabernet Sauvignon
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $29.99
  $359.00
Currently out of stock
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Saltram Mamre Brook Riesling 2016
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Fruit Riesling
Regions Barossa Eden
  South Australia
  Each $21.99
  $263.00
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Saltram Mamre Brook Shiraz 2006
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions Barossa + Eden
  South Australia
  Each $29.99
  $359.00
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Saltram Mamre Brook Shiraz 2012
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions Barossa + Eden
  South Australia
  Each $26.99
  $323.00
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Saltram No.1 Shiraz 2013
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $69.99
  $839.00
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Saltram The Eighth Maker Jimmy Watson Shiraz 2002
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $159.99
  $1919.00
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Saltram The Eighth Maker Shiraz 2001
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Fruit Shiraz
Regions Barossa Valley
  South Australia
  Each $189.99
  $2279.00
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Saltram Vintage Old Tawny 500ml 1959
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Fruit
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $199.99
  $2399.00
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About the Saltram Winery
In 1844 a recently arrived immigrant from England named William Salter was one of the first people to purchase land in the newly opened land survey known as the Barossa Valley
He built a stone house for his family naming it Mamre Brook, after Abrahams spiritual home in the book of Genesis. Mamre Brook House still stands today as the spiritual home of Saltram. William Salter and Sons first planted grapes here in 1859, and in 1862 produced 8000 litres of a wine appropriately named No.1 Shiraz. In the history of Saltram there have only been eight senior winemakers, two families dominate the list, Salter and Dolan. Three generations of Salters made wine until 1937, and the Dolan's have played a part at Saltram from the 1950s through until today. Saltram»