Last Sunday Drive Cabernet Franc 6pack
Lifted aromas of blueberries and ripe forest fruits jumping from the glass with hints of herb and eucalypt.
A fresh palate with abundant juicy blue fruits and classy acid and tannins. The rich taste slides through the mouth with a delicate balance of spice and mulberry which hold on leaving you savouring for the next glass.
$156.00 /6 pack
Awards and Accolades
- Gold & Top of Class | Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2020
- 96 Points | Royal Adelaide Wine Show 2020
- 92 Points | The Real Review
- 92 Points | Wine Orbit, Sam Kim
- 92 Points | Winepilot, Ken Gargett
- 91 Points | Winepilot, Ray Jordan
Behind the name
Summer ’73 and a rusty bulldozer rumbled into life, signalling the end of “The colony” and a distinct lowering of the Coonawarra skyline.
For almost 90 years, families had flocked to Coonawarra to collect the bountiful fruits which grew on the famed red Terra Rossa soil. But as the favour of wine grew, the last fruit trees were felled and on a summer’s day in ’73, the last orchard was demolished.
The end of an era, the last of the blockers and the last Sunday drive.
Sourced from a selection of vineyards in the Coonawarra, South Australia.
Machine picked, the fruit was fermented on skins and pumped over twice daily to ensure maximum extraction of colour and flavour. Once dry the wine was pressed and pumped to new and used oak barrels to complete malo-lactic fermentation.
On completion of malolactic fermentation, the wine was racked off lees and then transferred back to oak for 12 months of final barrel maturation.