The 2016 Pig in the House Cabernet Sauvignon demonstrates it fullness through a deep Ruby colour with bright purple hues. Aromatically the wine exhibits a lovely balance between red and blackcurrants, with an underlying crushed herb character.
The palate displays a fruit forward style of Cabernet, without being a mouthful. A touch of dry tannins provides the wine with medium bodied savouriness, contributed to by older oak tannins.
This wine is for lovers of Cabernet, it hits all the spots!
"Medium to full hot-pink colour, fresh and bright. The bouquet is powerful, pungent, floral and rose-petally, with spicy fruit aromas and the palate is more subtle, but similarly intense and bright, fresh and appetisingly dry on the aftertaste. Very good style, quite more-is." HUON HOOKE, Dec 2018
"Organic winemaking these days is flourishing which makes Jason O’Dea and wife Rebecca’s decision 21 years ago to go down this track a very smart call indeed. Their vineyard sits at Canowindra, the O’Deas’ digs on the property once housing free-range pigs. Soft, engaging berry flavours." SUNDAY TELEGRAPH