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A big, fun and tasty Cabernet Merlot with plenty of nose and flavour. Black currants, black olives and bay leaves lead to a palate that is full and generous, with flavours of black currant pastels and liquorice sweets. There's some tannin present, but not too much.
It is rumoured that the inventor of the Stump Jump plough, which enabled a ploughshare to jump over tree roots, had poor eyesight and required regular tests to ensure he could still operate machinery. The design of this label is inspired by an optometrist's eye chart and serves as a makeshift sobriety test. If you can hold the bottle at arm's length and still read the front label, you can enjoy another glass.
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"Since 1912 the Osborn family have tended vineyards in McLaren Vale, South Australia. Today fourth generation family member, Chester, makes distinctive wines using traditional methods both in the vineyard and the winery."
D'Arenberg have made a big mark on Australian wine having come from originally planting 9 acres of Shiraz to being one of the founding members of Australia's First Families of Wine and a global name for Aussie wines. Their winemaking is surrounded in tradition with Chester Osborne continuing to use the basket pressing technique to create distinctive wines with a true sense of place.
Nowadays d'Arenberg is not only recognised for their wines but for their vineyard experience especially the d'Arenberg Cube. Described as being created to "entice and excite the senses" the Cube is a sensory and engaging experience paralleling the experience of enjoying their wines.
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