at time of purchase
Rating – 2.5/5
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The Donna Review
On opening this wine, it has a strong tannin smell, so wasn’t too hopeful. This is a classic Cabernet Sauvignon and is both strong on taste and aftertaste.
Goes well with a chilli, but not one to drink on its own. Not the best Cabernet Sauvignon I have had.
Wine Rating: 2.5/5
Man with no Palate Review
I can’t remember the last time we had a Pinot Noir which makes me think that we have been drinking alot more the heavier reds. This is nice and light, almost cordial in colouring. Fruity in flavour although on the light side and a little somewhat non descript with a slightly unpleasant aftertaste on the palate, almost as if it hasn’t been finished.
Wine Rating: 3/5
Two Churches The Preacher Cabernet Sauvignon Vintage 2019 Bottle Label Description
When the first German immigrants arrived in South Australia they brought with them their culture, religion and a hard work ethic. They established vineyards and built a Church to house their faith, in a small town. However the 2 priests disagreed on most things. In an attempt to stop their quarrelling 2 separate churches were built.
The original preachers might not have seen eye to eye, and these days we still have our differences, but one thing we all agree on is South Australia’s reputation to grow world class wine.
Lifted aromas of chocolate and dark cherries are complemented by a richly flavoured palate of spice ripe plum and forest fruits. With apple tannins and excellent lengths, this wine drinks beautifully now and will reward patient cellaring. The perfect accompaniment to sirloin steak and mushroom sauce or aged cheddar.