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Deep Crimsom with deep purple hues. Fruit aromas of stewed plum, blackcurrant and black spice enhanced with subtle vanilla oakVintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.
The McWilliam family pioneered the Riverina wine region in 1913 when J.J. McWilliam carted 50,000 vine cuttings to the largely untested region and planted them in a nursery. Since that time the wide Riverina plain, centred around Griffith and situated on the banks of the Murrumbidgee, has continued to grow as a respected and successful winemaking region.
Today the winemaking region covers 20,000 hectares and is the largest wine producing region in NSW, as well as the second largest in Australia. Among other varietals, the region has a reputation of producing high quality Shiraz, Chardonnay and Semillon wines.
Soft with subtle tannin and well weighted with fruit flavours of plum and cassis flowing through to a vanilla oak finish
McWilliam's Wines Group Ltd
Selected Cabernet and Merlot parcels were harvested during the morning
crushed immediately into fermenters to maximise fruit flavour and varietal expression. The wine was fermented for a period of five days pumping over four times daily until tannin extraction reached its desired level.
French and American oak and allowed to mature for nine months.