2021 Clarence House Estate Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

Clarence House was built in 1830 on land which was originally the market garden for the city of Hobart. Present owner David Kilpatrick first planted vines on the north-east slopes of the property in 1998. Located in the foothills of the Meehan Ranges, halfway between Hobart and the Coal Valley, Clarence House Estate sits in a unique location atop Jurassic dolerite and basalt soils with low annual rainfall.

There are just 5 rows of Cabernet Sauvignon, an owner’s folly thanks largely to an obsession with the great wines of Bordeaux. The small planting utilizes an exceptional aspect to capture maximum heat and sunlight hours. Just four barrels were made, aged for 15 months in new and old French oak. Expressive varietal notes of blackcurrant berry and leaf, with hints of spice and earth. Medium bodied, complex and intense, finishing fresh with ripe tannins. Classically cool climate, an excellent candidate for the cellar and a great match for lamb.

Available in a 12 bottle case at a special discounted price of $480 including national shipping.


12 Bottles

2021 Clarence House Estate Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

Original price was: $540.00.Current price is: $480.00.

Clarence Plains (Coal River Valley)

8 Standard Drinks


Justin Bubb
Anna Pooley

Clarence House
Clarence House Estate, 193 Pass Road
Cambridge, Tasmania 7170

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