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Teusner & Page Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 Barossa Valley

$55.95

Teusner & Page Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

An elegant yet robust wine with fragrant blackcurrant, cassis and violet with a tannin structure. Black fruit on the palate with pleasant acidity and fine grained tannins.

Whilst Mick Page and I are both great mates and business partners, we’re different blokes. How different? Well it depends on who you talk to…but one thing’s for sure, when it comes to who does what at Teusner Wines, we’re poles apart. I’m the bloke with his name on the label, the man out on the road, in the spotlight, selling and promoting our wine. Mick is the opposite, happy to take a back seat, rarely in the limelight, content to get on with the job of doing what needs to be done to keep the place ticking over. Each doing what comes naturally is ultimately what has made our lives as mates and as business partners awesome! More often than not…in life (and also in wine)…the companionship of contrasting characters can produce great results.
A farmer’s son, Kym was raised on a sheep and cereal farm on the banks of The Murray River. His love for wine came later whilst studying business management in Adelaide. A chance encounter with a Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon led to a new found fascination, his spare time now consumed studying wine, whenever and however he could. No sooner than his business studies were complete, Kym was boarding a plane, headed to the wine regions of Napa, Sonoma and The Rhône.

Kym returned to study Oenology at the University of Adelaide, later undertaking an internship at Torbreck in order to complete his degree. Offered a winemaking role upon graduation, Kym moved to the Barossa and worked alongside soon to be business partner, Michael Page.

Kym and Michael launched Teusner Wines in 2002, producing the first vintage of Joshua. Kym later moved to work with Rolf Binder where he was permitted the use of a small cellar to continue making his own wines.

2008 saw the first full-time vintage for Teusner Wines, culminating in the construction of his own, bespoke winery in Nurioopta. Key to Kym’s philosophy – the wines are made by hand at every stage with each separate parcel treated individually.

Twenty years on, Teusner Wines has grown in reputation and stature, recognised as a key player in the region.

 

 

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Teusner & Page Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

An elegant yet robust wine with fragrant blackcurrant, cassis and violet with a tannin structure. Black fruit on the palate with pleasant acidity and fine grained tannins.

Whilst Mick Page and I are both great mates and business partners, we’re different blokes. How different? Well it depends on who you talk to…but one thing’s for sure, when it comes to who does what at Teusner Wines, we’re poles apart. I’m the bloke with his name on the label, the man out on the road, in the spotlight, selling and promoting our wine. Mick is the opposite, happy to take a back seat, rarely in the limelight, content to get on with the job of doing what needs to be done to keep the place ticking over. Each doing what comes naturally is ultimately what has made our lives as mates and as business partners awesome! More often than not…in life (and also in wine)…the companionship of contrasting characters can produce great results.
A farmer’s son, Kym was raised on a sheep and cereal farm on the banks of The Murray River. His love for wine came later whilst studying business management in Adelaide. A chance encounter with a Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon led to a new found fascination, his spare time now consumed studying wine, whenever and however he could. No sooner than his business studies were complete, Kym was boarding a plane, headed to the wine regions of Napa, Sonoma and The Rhône.

Kym returned to study Oenology at the University of Adelaide, later undertaking an internship at Torbreck in order to complete his degree. Offered a winemaking role upon graduation, Kym moved to the Barossa and worked alongside soon to be business partner, Michael Page.

Kym and Michael launched Teusner Wines in 2002, producing the first vintage of Joshua. Kym later moved to work with Rolf Binder where he was permitted the use of a small cellar to continue making his own wines.

2008 saw the first full-time vintage for Teusner Wines, culminating in the construction of his own, bespoke winery in Nurioopta. Key to Kym’s philosophy – the wines are made by hand at every stage with each separate parcel treated individually.

Twenty years on, Teusner Wines has grown in reputation and stature, recognised as a key player in the region.

 

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Brands

Teusner

Country

Australia, Barossa Valley, South Australia

Price

$50 – $100

Varietal

Cabernet Sauvignon

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