Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet 2013
WineryWolf Blass
Fruit Cabernet Sauvignon
  South Australia
Each $12.99
Currently out of stock
Yellow Label has for many years been Australia's favourite Cabernet Sauvignon, it has also achieved an international reputation for excellence. The enduring success of Wolf Blass lies within the rich fruit flavours and fully accessible, easy to appreciate styling. Source vineyards are established within climes and aspects which have been selected for their salubrious growing conditions, idyllic for the development of vibrant varietal characters. Always an engaging red wine, stylishly constructed with the well known Wolf Blass flair and refinement.
Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from a selection of Wolf Blass estate owned vineyards, as well as properties operated by the best South Australian growers. Vines are encouraged to fully ripen the grapes, to be harvested throughout the night under cool temperatures. Fruit is crushed and vinified for several days while on skins. Various cap management techniques infuse the maximum amount of colour and flavour without extracting any harsh tannins. Some components may be transferred to barrel for completion of ferments and malolactic. Following the press, portions are matured under French and American oak to achieve a perfect harmony between varietal fruit and underlying complexity. Alcohol 13.5%
Deep crimson with purples hues. Aromatic dark fruit characters, hints of plum, cassis and minty varietal notes. Generous mid palate with plum and cassis overtones, subtle integrated oak, gently structured tannins and a finely textured finish. A delight to partner alonside roasted rack of lamb, red wine casserole or barbequed gourmet snags.
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About Wolf Blass Wines
The Wolf Blass winery is located at the epicentre of the Australian wine industry, the Barossa Valley and has produced some of Australia's finest wines since 1966
Wolf Blass Wines International was born in 1973 when Wolf started his own business, purchasing a 2.5 acre land holding with an old army shed outside Nuriootpa, at the northern end of the Barossa Valley. John Glaetzer joined the company and from 1974-1976 Wolf Blass Wines won three consecutive Jimmy Watson Trophies, the Black Label generated substantial publicity and hype. From this time onwards growth was impressive with Wolf Blass Yellow Label and Riesling becoming Australia's top selling red and white wine. Wolf Blass»