Wine Enthusiast, 94 points
“This historic winery's Cab rates high in the bang for buck category. The nose is a deep well of aromas: plum, red currant, cedar, charred beet, iodine and graphite, with bundles of spice. The palate shows Cabernet's power but with restraint and elegance. Dusty, spicy tannins weave through flavors of spice and cigar box, lifted by juicy fruit. A quintessential South Aussie Cabernet drinking beautifully after eight years of bottle age.”

    Cabernet Sauvignon
    Langhorne Creek, Australia
  • SIZE

EXTREME bang for the buck!! We offered this amazing Cabernet some months back, sold out in a flash and JUST NOW got some more cases in the door! If you missed it last time or have been begging us for more, TODAY is the day! Wow!

Seriously, we got tons of emails about this delicious Cab, a wine we bought and liked right before the 94-point score came out. As above, we have been trying to wrangle more out of the importer for months and it landed on Friday. Woo hoo!

Aussies love their screwcaps - and we love them because the wines last seemingly indefinitely. They age incredibly slowly until you open and drink them. Brothers in Arms is a small family-owned winery, and we were DEEPLY impressed when we got our samples to try. Hard to imagine Cabernet in this price range at this level, honestly!

Deep in color, massive aromatics and flavors of black currants, cedar, mint and spice, rich, generous and relatively light on its feet for all the flavor going on. This hails from the Adelaide region (north of McLaren Vale) and has a very particular terroir called “The Floodplains”. Did we mention 94 points?

In any case, we hope you get some for all-the-time drinking! Will sell out in record time again!