Vindana Wines 2021 Keeper of the Stones Cabernet Sauvignon (12 Bottles) Barossa Valley 95 Points

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95 Points James Hailliday Wine Companion 2024

This harmonious union of two fruit parcels sourced at varying harvest periods from same vineyard in Southern Barossa Valley. A carefully orchestrated collaboration captures the best of both worlds, resulting in a wine of exceptional character and complexity.

By thoughtfully blending we have achieved a wine that showcases the best attributes of this variety. Later harvest parcel provides opulence and depth, with rich dark fruit flavours and velvety tannins, while earlier harvest selection contributes elegance, freshness, and an intriguing mineral undertone.

The resulting Cabernet Sauvignon is a symphony of flavours, gracefully balancing notes of ripe blackcurrants, dark cherries, and blackberries with hints of cedar, tobacco, and cocoa. Its seamless integration of tannins and a long, lingering finish leave an indelible mark on the palate, a testament to the careful selection, vinification and blending of the two parcels.

Indulge in the extraordinary craftsmanship of Vindana Wines 2021 Cabernet Sauvignon, where the essence of Barossa Valley creates a wine of unparalleled character and complexity. Each sip transports you through the gentle rolling hills of Southern Barossa Valley where the artistry of winemaking converges to create a truly exceptional experience.

Discover the seamless fusion this iconic region can produce, where the symphony of flavours and textures come together to define the Keeper of the Stones 2021 Cabernet Sauvignon. Immerse yourself in Barossa Valley’s richness balanced by elegance of the Southern pocket and beautifully expressed in every glass. Elevate your wine journey with this extraordinary blend, crafted to captivate and delight even the most discerning palate.



About Windan Wines

For thousands of years, Australia’s First Nation would entrust a family elder of generation with the guardianship of ‘special stones’. These stones were believed to contain the sacred stories, tribal secrets and history of their ancestors. A great honour was bestowed upon each custodian, to nurture and share this traditional knowledge with the next generation through story.

Our family have been ‘keepers’ of a rich history in grapegrowing & winemaking for over 7 generations, dating back to 1843 when Prussian ancestor Johann George Mattner first pioneered land on the banks of Jacobs Creek in the Hundred of Barossa. Grandfather entrusted myself to carry forward this legacy, that become apparent when I inherited an old storage box with a note attached ‘ wine papers for Scott ’.

It contained a collection of family history books, handwritten notes (many wine stained..) and winemaking journals dating back to early last century. Inspired by this collection of generational knowledge, we crafted these wines to honour tradition and carry forward our family legacy.

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