SURPRISE SHIPMENT… GREATEST CABERNET BUY OF THE MILLENNIUM!

Age 2-3 decades - staggering buy $29.99

You don’t ask you don’t get... Wynns Black Label is one of the “World’s Great Cabernet Bargains” - 2015 is a Treble 98/100 Wine and Staggering at $29.99

The 1st Shipment of 100 x 6-packs of this Treble 98/100 Legend Cabernet SOLD OUT in 1-day leaving many missing out... we cheekily asked for a 2nd shipment and unexpectedly they came to the party... but only 80 x 6-packs this time. You don’t ask you don’t get... now those of you who missed out first time around on the “World’s Great Cabernet Bargain” should jump in quickly.

RESTRICTED NEW ZEALAND RELEASE - Today at Fine Wine Delivery... only $29.99 buys you the “Greatest Cabernet Bargain” of the Millennium... a wine that is capable of ageing 2-3 decades in quality storage. World Class Cabernet easily a match for numerous Bordeaux Classé Growth Cabernet many multiples of Wynns Coonawarra Black Label pricing. A nod to its incredible quality... although it is just $29.99, it’s Australia’s 8th most cellared wine!

2015 marked the 60th vintage of Wynns Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon. It was celebrated by the opening of 50 consecutive vintages of the Legendary Cabernet... shared with critics from around the world. It proved an outstanding insight into the incredible quality and longevity of this extraordinary global red wine bargain!

What an amazing vintage 2015 has proved... to celebrate and define 60-years of this amazing Coonawarra Legacy. Both Huon Hooke & Andrew Caillard bestowing monster 98/100 ratings on 2015 Black Label Cabernet... matched by our Fine Wine Delivery panel. Huon & Andrew are renowned for their conservative scores... 98/100 ratings from them equate to others 100-point scores. It’s hard to find anything but perfection in this magnificent Cabernet.

The Wine...

Dense aromas of florals, black olive, leather, cedar, blackcurrant, tobacco and liquorice. Classic Cabernet savouriness floods the palate with rich concentration of dark fruit, cassis and black strap liquorice... its impressive length supported by fine grainy tannins and very fine cedary, spicey French Oak. Subtle Cabernet complexities of leather and graphite emerge in the powerful finish. 2015 is a stunning Black Label that will peak between10-20 years and potentially live a further decade plus in quality storage.

I simply cannot overstate the enormity of the quality of 2015 Wynns Black Label Coonawarra Cabernet vs its phenomenally low price of $29.99. If you are pondering staring your own wine collection... or are an established collector looking for the Cabernet bargain of the millennium... grab your requirements quickly before our surprise 2nd NZ exclusive allocation sells out. Enjoy, Jeff

2015 Wynns Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon

2015 is an exceptional vintage reflected in the rarified 98/100 scores from Andrew Caillard and Huon Hook. Significant world class Cabernet worth multiples of $29.99... a landmark wine to commemorate 60-years of Wynns.

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Store Stock Level*
Lunn Ave Superstore High
Constellation Drive Superstore Not In Stock

* Pick up time will be in two hours if your products are available at your store of choice. If your products need to be transferred from another store then pick up will be midday the next working day (provided your order was placed before 4.30pm)

FWD Co. Panel f98
Huon Hooke hh98
Andrew Calliard ac98
James Halliday 96
The Wine Front twf96

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Further Information

Brand Wynns Coonawarra Estate
Region Coonawarra, South Australia
Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon
Size 750ml
Alcohol % 13.5%
Vintage 2015
Country Australia

Description

In my various sales/marketing/management roles in the Penfolds Wine Group that morphed into Southcorp Wines during my tenure from 1985-1995 in Australia... “Penfolds” and “Wynns Coonawarra” were the jewels in the Groups impressive winemaking crown. I visited Wynns in the Coonawarra numerous times and “Wynns Black Label Cabernet” was always at the top of my staff buying allowance. Even though my global wine knowledge was almost non-existent then, compared to now... I recognised this red was very special. It is fact world class Cabernet, at a phenomenally low price... comparable and superior to numerous Bordeaux Classé Growth Cabernets many multiples of its price. I’ve had mesmerising experiences drinking 20-25 year old Wynns Black Label Cabernet and Wynns Winemaker Sue Hodder is passionate about her favourite red. James Halliday calls it “Australia’s most important Cabernet” and I suggest “it’s one of the greatest Cabernet buys in the world today”. 2015 is an exceptional vintage reflected in the rarified 98/100 scores from Andrew Caillard and Huon Hook. It is a Cabernet that could age for 2-3 decades with ease if well stored... the type of quality and age ability normally associated with Cabernets many multiples the price of Wynns Black Label.

Smells
Dense aromas of florals, black olive, leather, cedar, blackcurrant, tobacco and liquorice.

Tastes
Classic Cabernet savouriness with rich concentration of dark fruit, cassis and black strap liquorice... its impressive length supported by fine grainy tannins and very fine cedary, spicey French Oak. Subtle Cabernet complexities of leather and graphite emerge in the powerful finish. 2015 is a stunning Wynns Black Label that will peak between10-20 years and potentially live a further decade plus in quality storage.

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1 Customer Review

Dark ruby, thick teary legs with blackberry and black cherry aroma, Taste of plum, cherry and black currant with oak tannins in background.

20th September 2020 | John Smith