Saturday, December 15, 2007

[yellow tail] - a good Australian wine

One of my son's consultants, or 'reps' from his firm gave him a bottle of [yellow tail] Cabernet Sauvignon this week so I looked it up in the wine guide. It's described as being a full-bodied wine with spicy notes. As well, it has a rich purple color and aromas of blackberry, chocolate, mint and vanilla.

My goodness, you could drink it for dinner.


It's a Casella family wine, they've been a wine success story for over a hundred years. First in Italy, then since the 1950s, here in Australia.

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