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Yalumba The Caley Cabernet Shiraz 2014

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3 bottle(s) at £215.20 per bottle.

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Yalumba The Caley Cabernet Shiraz 2014

  • Grape 71% Coonawarra Cabernet 29% Barossa Shiraz
  • Country Australia
  • Region Coonawarra Barossa
  • ABV 14%
  • Producer Yalumba
  • Case size 3/ 75cl
  • Intense, dense red. Showcasing bright, attractive floral notes, cherry, oyster shell, leafy stalks, and redcurrant, all typical of Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon. It is a very defined and composed wine with engaging ripe fruits on the palate.  Medium to full depth with a densely layered structure delivering a prominent yet silky tannin profile. Matured for 21 months in 25% new French barriques, balance in 2-year and older French barriques and hogsheads

With deep purple reds, opening florals and exotic purple fruits, this vintage is delightful, pretty, respectful and intriguing. It shows a very even, rich depth and is well-balanced with a long flow of pointed tannins. Stunning. Built to spend many years in the cellar, The Caley takes time to reveal its true character. Drinking beautifully on release, the wine will live on for decades in the basement. We recommend double decanting it before serving if opened as a younger wine.

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Bottles Per Case3
Bottle Size75
2 cases 10% offNo
In 1847, a 37-year-old brewer called Samuel Smith left his home in Wareham, Dorset, with his wife Mary and their four children. Boarding a simple three-masted barque they left Plymouth and began the long and arduous journey to Australia, arriving in Port Adelaide. From there, they trekked north to Angaston, where Samuel worked as a gardener. It was arguably this brave decision to start a new life in a remote and distant land, together with the hardship that they endured, that formed the strong sense of family unity that has been the bedrock of the family business ever since. In 1849, he started the wine farm that would grow over the next 5 generations to become one of Australia’s leading wineries, with an internationally recognised and respected winemaking culture. To embrace the native culture, Samuel adopted a local name for his farm, calling it “Yalumba”, meaning “all the country around’’ in the indigenous Peramangk language.
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