Region: South Australia
Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcohol Percentage: 14 %
- A good burger.
- Beef short ribs and other braised beef dishes. Slow-braised beef - or venison - can be great too especially when cooked in red wine.
- Roast or grilled lamb.
- Portobello mushrooms.
Currency Creek was first exploored when Captain Charles Sturt travelled down the Murray River in 1829 and 1830 and made his last campsite near the town of Goolwa, located in South Australia. In 1837 Currency Creek was officially named and in 1840 an elaborate town plan for Currency Creek was laid out.
In the Currency Creek production area of South Australia, the old vine Cabernet Sauvignon grapes are vinified and aged in oak barrels for 12 months.
The output is limited. Full-bodied, well-balanced tannin structure. Presents a deep red gem color with purple luster. It is recommended to sober for 1 hour. The taste has aromas of blackcurrant, violet, blackberry and chocolate.
Packed in exquisite small bottles, 375ML per bottle.