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The Lane 19th Meeting Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

The Lane Vineyard 19th Meeting is amongst the oldest Cabernet Sauvignon plantings in the Adelaide Hills. It enjoys a warm Northerly aspect and long North to South rows which maximise sunlight exposure and airflow through the canopy, ensuring even and complete ripeness. A small parcel of post ferment skin contact fills the middle palate and completes the structure that maturation in French oak barrique provides.

The Lane Vineyard '19th Meeting' Cabernet Sauvignon matches smooth, exuberant Aussie fruit with the structure and finesse of an old-world classic. A vibrant plum red in colour the 19th Meeting Cabernet displays classic aromas of violets, cassis, chocolate-mint, plum and tobacco leaf. The palate, whilst complex, is silky smooth, with red and black berries and a subtle clove complexity. Long luscious tannins, elegant, and seamless with a touch of minty freshness.


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The Lane Vineyard
South Australia
Sub Region:
Adelaide Hills
Red Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Cabernet Sauvignon
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Screw Cap
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The Producer The Lane Vineyard | Adelaide Hills, South Australia

The Lane Vineyard Adelaide Hills

The Lane is one of the most exciting wine estates in Australia today. This boutique winery is the brainchild of well-known Aussie winemaker John Edwards, whose long-term dream was to make distinctive wines with all...

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The Region South Australia

South Australia straddles the centre of the Australian continent, and is the Australian wine industry’s ‘powerhouse’ State, producing most of Australia’s wine - from its cheapest to its most expensive - and boasting some of the oldest individual vines in the world. The old vines found in...

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The Primary Grape Cabernet Sauvignon

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Cabernet Sauvignon is a well known grape variety used to great effect in Bordeaux, France where it is vitally important to the classic wines of the Médoc. Here it is blended alongside Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Merlot to produce truly world-class wines. Cabernet...

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