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Chalk Hill 'Luna' Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Special Price $20.00 Regular Price $22.00
This is a medium bodied Cabernet has bright blue fruits with some lovely notes of dark chocolate and spice on the palate. It is relatively soft by Cabernet standards and is great drinking now at any time over the next five years. Have it with something beefy.
Chalk Hill 'Luna' Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine Specs
Region
McLaren Vale, SA
Vintage
2019
Winery
Chalk Hill
Winemaker
Renae Hirsch
Bling
3 x Gold Medals
Alcohol %
14
Size
750 mL
A family business for six generations, the Harvey clan have six vineyards spread across McLaren Vale going back to 1897. Chalk Hill wines are small batch, hand crafted wines of distinction, reflective of the unique growing qualities of the region. Chalk Hill also owns the most excellent Alpha Crucis brand making staggeringly good, super premium kit. For value though it is hard to go past the Chalk Hill branded vino in the $20-30 price range. These wines regularly pick up golds, trophies and big points from wine scribes.
McLaren Vale, SA

Region

McLaren Vale, SA

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