Penfolds Koonunga Hill Red Wine - Cabernet Sauvignon


    • Vividly bright with pale sun bleached hay and green hues
    • Yellow peach, honeydew melon and white stone fruits dominate the aromatics
    • Pair it with seafood, white meats and cheese's




    • Best served at room temperature (15°C-18°C)
    • Once opened consume within 3 days


    • Best stored at a constant 12°C-16°C
    • Avoid temperature extremes and fluctuations


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    Cabernet Sauvignon is widely planted across South Australia’s premium wine regions, particularly in the south east where grapes with tremendous structure and aromatics are found. By skilfully blending across these regions, Penfolds have crafted a cabernet which is greater than the sum of its parts. Well-regarded since launch, the Koonunga Hill Cabernet Sauvignon showcases the typical cellar-ability that all Penfolds wines are renowned for. The wine has excellent structure and length and while it is ready for drinking now, it will gain further complexity with short term cellaring.

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