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2015 Hillside Cabernet Sauvignon

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We do now have a very limited amount of the 2015 Hillside Cabernet Sauvignon available for purchase (even though the button above says 'sold out'). If you would like to order:

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Enquiries will be answered and orders placed on a first come, first served basis.


Alternatively, we do also have the 2016 Hillside Cabernet Sauvignon available for online purchase. A four-time gold medal winner, this cassis-drive Cab is drinking beautifully, or will continue to develop for up to five years.

Buy 2016 hillside cabernet sauvignon >


Deep crimson with vivid purple hues.


This wine exhibits aromas of cassis and dried herbs.


The palate displays flavours of summer plums and dark berries with notes of sweet spice and dark chocolate from the use of both new and seasoned French oak. It is medium-bodied with fine, elegant tannin and persistent length. A true representation of Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon. 


This wine will continue to improve for up to eight years from vintage. 

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The Hillside Cabernet Sauvignon is a unique expression of the Margaret River wine region – one of the best Cabernet producing areas in the world.

The fruit was sourced from mature vineyards in the Yallingup and Wilyabrup sub-regions of Margaret River and is crafted to be an expressive, yet drinkable, style of Cabernet Sauvignon.


Margaret River 


Cabernet Sauvignon 


  • Alcohol: 14.0%
  • pH: 3.43
  • TA: 6.67 g/L

Smoked duck with beetroot.

national wine show of australia 2017

royal queensland wine show 2017

royal melbourne wine awards 2017

wine show of western australia 2017

perth royal wine awards 2017

royal hobart wine show 2017

halliday wine companion 2019

From mature vineyards in Wilyabrup and Yallingup. Good colour; the wine has a compelling mouthfeel - supple and long - but remains in the medium-bodied class. Its flavours are of dark berries, spice and cedar that link themselves structurally to the oak.  

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