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Asian Cabernet Sauvignon Masters: The Results and Analysis

No other grape variety is more resilient and adaptable than Cabernet Sauvignon. Whether made in a single variety or in a blend, the grape’s characteristics are unmistakable with blackcurrant, cassis, spicy peppery notes, cedar and a leafy lift. Hailed by many as the king of red grapes, from its heartland in Bordeaux to adopted homes in Napa Valley, Australia, Chile or even as far as Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley or China’s Ningxia, Cabernet Sauvignon trumps other varieties for its faithful interpretations of terroir, vintage conditions, winemaking techniques and most importantly, its longevity that allows some of its best to age gracefully for decades.

Front row from left to right: Natalie Wang, Rebecca Leung, Eddie McDougall, Sarah Heller MW and Ivy Ng. Back row from left to right: Allie Braithwaite, Darius Allyn MS, Howard Palmes and Ron Taylor

Because of these attributes, it’s not hard to see why this grape has travelled so far outside of historical base in Bordeaux to other parts of the world with even the slightest interest in winemaking.

The authority of this red grape is so pronounced that many seasoned and aspiring winemakers across the globe consider making a world-class Cabernet or a Bordeaux blend – dominated with the grape – the final step to seal its reputation.

Think of Napa’s cult wines such as Screaming Eagle and Opus One, or Italy’s famous Super Tuscans or Lebanon’s Château Musar. Examples are legion.

In our Asian Cabernet Sauvignon Masters 2018 competition, results will show that the proven sites for the late-ripening grape are a reliable source for stellar wines with plenty of good value examples. A bunch of high performers from lesser known regions might also indicate the promises of the grape’s future elsewhere.

Samples are all judged blind by a panel of experts consisting of a Master of Wine, a Master Sommelier, and five seasoned judges for the wines’ quality based on price and style (either as a 100% varietal or in a blend of at least 50% of the grape), irrespective of regions. The samples are primarily from the New World such as Australia, Chile, the US, Argentina and South Africa though there are a few Old World bottles in the mix.

A Balancing Act

Sarah Heller MW

There are more than 40 wine producing countries in the world, and Cabernet Sauvignon is the most planted grape worldwide. High in tannins, acidity and colour, Cabernet Sauvignon ripens late and tends to find its greatest expression in warmer climates, which means you are not likely to find it planted side by side with Pinot Noir. Struggling to ripen or outright unripeness in less than ideal sites often results in excessive methoxypyrazine characters, giving out green, herbal, and stem notes, accompanied by astringent and austere tannins.

Therefore, ripeness even for a survivor-like grape such as Cabernet Sauvignon is key to make or break the wine. “Ripeness is somewhat tricky in Cabernet, in that right up until the point of ripeness it can be too green for many consumers who don’t want a hint of herbaceousness, but then once it’s overripe it loses any distinctive characters,” commented Master of Wine Sarah Heller, highlighting the fine line between unripe and ripe. “For me, Cabernet should have some herbal tones to add complexity, but they shouldn’t taste chemical or overly medicinal.”

The judges

Sarah Heller MW, Proprietor of Heller Beverage Advisory
Darius Allyn MS, Independent Consultant
Rebecca Leung, Independent Wine Educator, Wine Judge and Writer
Ron Taylor, Independent Wine & Spirits Educator and Wine Judge
Eddie McDougall, The Flying Winemaker
Howard Palmes, General Manager of Fine Vintage Fine Wines Limited
Ivy Ng, Publisher, the drinks business Hong Kong

This doesn’t mean tilting the scale towards the other end is preferred, which would produce equally unpleasant samples that are what Darius Allyn MS called “heady” wines. “In the vineyard, planting Cabernet Sauvignon in too warm a climate has detrimental effects. It changes its relative profile and makes a pretty ‘heady’ style of wine (that is; with the burn of higher alcohol on the palate and especially through the persistence),” the American Master Sommelier explains. A few lesser samples in the competition are faulted for eerily off-putting unripeness and over-ripeness.

But unlike the temperamental and delicate Pinot Noir, thick-skinned Cabernet can withstand some rough and tumble in the cellar with pumping and extracting. The grape also has a strong affinity with oak, a component that interacts with its primary fruit flavours to impart complexity and additional flavours of sweet spices, vanilla, coconut into the wine, if integrated harmoniously, leading Heller to warn of heavy-handed use.

“With Cabernet varieties the common mistake by winemakers is the overestimation of the wines’ fruit concentration and its ability to stand up to a new oak regime. I believe the wines that were marked down were just too oaky and the wine itself became lost,” remarked Eddie McDougall, The Flying Winemaker.

Darius Allyn MS

“Apart from the faulty bottles, the over use of oak was the most obvious to me,” added independent wine & spirits educator Ron Taylor, echoing McDougall on oak, “and probably some bottles that needed more bottle development.”

Adding a further note, Allyn believes that medium toasted oak barrels are best to bring out the sweet brown baking spices without overwhelming the fruit and overall balance.

Strength of Oz

Australia was among the first countries to receive the gospel of Cabernet Sauvignon ahead of Chile or California. Having arrived in Australia in the early 1800s, it has become one of the country’s great success stories and this was reflected in our medal chart with the highest number of Gold medals (five in total) in addition to one Master, the ultimate accolade in our judging, going to Australian wines. 

Rebecca Leung

Today, Cabernet Sauvignon is Australia’s third most planted grape after Shiraz and Chardonnay, with regions such as Coonawarra and Margaret River anchoring their reputations on the red noble grape. The charm of the grape entices a much wider audience beyond the two regions, and wineries in Clare Valley, Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale are also crafting juicy, layered and velvety reds often at a fraction of what Napa Cults would cost.

Wakefield Taylors Family Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 from Clare Valley is redolent with blackberries, mulberry, eucalyptus and plenty of dark berries and cigar box that only costs between HK$100 and HK$150. Moving upscale, the winery’s pricier version – ‘The Visionary Exceptional Parcel Release Cabernet Sauvignon 2014’ – was also lauded by the judges for its perfumed nose and concentrated fruits, and particularly impressed judge Howard Palmes, general manager of Fine Vintage Fine Wines Ltd. The Gold medal winning wine however bears a price tag of HK$800+.

Eddie McDougall

One great strength of Australia and Chile is that there’s no shortage of good value Cabernets. With competitive price, quality is not necessarily comprised. De Bortoli Wines, one of the larger privately owned family wineries in Australia, is a good source for great value Cabernet. Its ‘Deen Vat Series 9 Cabernet Sauvignon 2015’ from Victoria, for instance, impressed the judges with its supple concentration of fruits and structure.

Similarly, in the HK$150-200 price range, Barossa Valley’s Chateau Tanunda Grand Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 was awarded a Gold for its typicity of the grape, rich fruits and long ageing potential.

But one notable region stood out for crafting refined Cabernet with restraint and elegance, the relatively cooler wine region, Yarra Valley. Wines of real finesse and subtlety are found in producers such as Levantine Hill; its Samantha’s Paddock Mélange Traditionnel 2015, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot, is a wine of strength and elegance, with lush flavours and a lingering finish that goes on and on, and was voted unanimously a Master.

About the competition

The Asian Cabernet Sauvignon Masters is a competition created and run by the drinks business Hong Kong, and is an extension of its successful Asian Masters series. The competition is exclusively for Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet-dominated blends, and the entries were judged by a selection of experienced tasters including Master of Wines, Master Sommeliers, top wine merchants in Hong Kong and seasoned wine judges. The top samples were awarded Gold (93 points or above), Silver (89 points or above) or Bronze (85 points or above) medals according to their result, and the wines that stood out as being outstanding received the ultimate accolade – the title of Master (97 points or above).

The wines were tasted over the course of a single day on 18 April, 2018 at The Pawn, housed in a 19th century historic building in Wanchai.

This report features only the medal winners.

The Americas

Outside of Australia, one can always count on South America’s powerhouses of Chile and Argentina to churn out minty, plush, and fruity Cabernets. Chile’s proven sites in Maipo and Colchagua Valleys are home to the New World Cabernet kings such as Concha y Toro’s Don Melchor, Santa Rita and Almaviva to name a few. In our judging, perhaps most stunningly, it was a Siegel Family Wines Single Vineyard Los Lingues Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 that took home a gold medal. Costing less than HK$100, the Chilean Cabernet specialist confirms that the country remains a steadfast source for value and quality.

Its neighbour Argentina’s Salentein Primus Cabernet from the sun-filled Uco Valley also took home a gold medal for its 100% Cabernet, which showed sumptuous black fruits and intense aromas. Although Uco Valley is more famously linked to the country’s national pride, Malbec, plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon are expanding as well.

Ron Taylor

Moving northward to the US, Napa Valley naturally springs to mind when it comes to crafting world-class Cabernet Sauvignon. In the HK$400-800 price bracket, Trinchero BRV Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 produced from Atlas Peak, Napa’s highest appellation, perched 1,500 feet above sea level in the Vaca Mountains, earned heaps of praise from the judges for its refined structure and complexity in flavours, and therefore was awarded a Gold.

Ancient land with new promises 

Outside of the proven regions, in Israel the Upper Galilee region is raking in praises for its pure Cabernets and blends, which have become the country’s most commercially successful wines on the international stage. The hot Mediterranean climate poses a challenge for growers, leading Heller to comment that the wines tend to be “too ripe”, yet with wineries that enjoy higher altitude, finesse can still be achieved. Barkan Vineyards in the cooler northern Upper Galilee is known for producing high altitude wines, and its 100% Cabernet grown at 624 metres above sea level got a nod from the judges for its refined fruits and elegance.

Howard Palmes

Far away to the east, China, a country that is known more for its wine consumption power is now demanding respect for its wine producing prowess as well. In fact, almost all the judges after the tasting singled out China’s Ningxia as a Cabernet-focused wine region that deserves serious attention. “New and emerging regions such as Ningxia and Xinjiang in China are very interesting ones to watch out for,” remarked wine judge and writer Rebecca Leung.

The rise of China’s wine producing reputation corresponds with a nation-wide wine revolution on quality from family owned boutique wineries to state owned large scale wineries such as Changyu and GreatWall Winery. Ningxia in northwestern China, known as the country’s Bordeaux, in particular is making strides in the international wine scene. In our competition this year, judges were stunned when it was revealed after blind tasting that a Chinese wine, Helan Mountain Xiao Feng Cabernet Sauvignon by Pernod Ricard in Ningxia, was awarded the highest award of a Master medal.

The Pawn is a restaurant and bar housed inside a 19th century heritage site that was previously as its name suggests used as a pawn shop.

“The clear standout was the Helan Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon from Ningxia that won a Master medal. The wine has velvety tannins, is powerful, balanced, lively, showed great Cabernet Sauvignon characteristics and proved that Chinese winemakers are truly emerging,” enthused McDougall.

Another outlier that stood out from the competition to win the Master medal was a Greek wine by Domain Mega Spileo in Achaea. You would be forgiven if Greece is not yet on your wine radar, but the ancient Mediterranean country is making a strong comeback. Finally, I hadn’t previously thought of Greece as somewhere to look for great Cabernet,” admits Heller, “but we had some interesting examples from here as well.” 

As in Israel, the heat like is a challenge for winemakers but the winery, located on the site of a monastery with traceable winemaking history back to 1550, is making wines at roughly 800 metres above sea level. The 2011 showing more complexity of flavours and bottle development, impressed the judges with its supple fruits, velvety tannins and chocolate and cigar notes.

Overall, the majority of the wines showed good typicity across a wide array of price points, as McDougall sums up: “The spread of Cabernet Sauvignon’s across the board showed good typicity and regionality. It was wonderful to sample so many benchmark examples and see the level of consistency across the brackets.”

Click through the pages to see all the results and judge profiles

Judge’s profile

Sarah Heller MW is a wine communicator, designer and consultant based in Hong Kong and the youngest Master of Wine. Having graduated from Yale University with a degree in fine art, Sarah began her career in the New York and Hong Kong wine trades and wineries in France and Italy. She was Executive Director of events and education firm Meiburg Wine Media in Hong Kong for three years. Sarah currently writes for the South China Morning Post, Spirito di Vino and #legend magazine; her educational wine videos on Chinese app ShowMuse have over a million views. She speaks and consults on Asian wine markets, with a special focus on E-commerce. Her boutique design agency Radix & Folium works with clients in the F&B and wine industries to create market-appropriate packaging, branding and training materials. She recently tried her hand at F&B with a pop-up wine bar in central Hong Kong. Sarah also regularly judges wine competitions like the Cathay Pacific HKIWSC and China’s Wine100. She is also the winner of Drinks Business Asian Awards Young Achiever of the Year, Prestige Hong Kong 40 Under 40, 2017 Winner of Villa Maria Prize, Errazuriz Award, Robert Mondavi Winery Award, and Austrian Wine Marketing Board Outstanding Achievement Award.

Seattle native Darius Allyn MS became the 60th American passing the Master Sommelier examination in 2005, after obtaining his Advanced Oenology Diploma from leading winemaking school UC Davis in 2004. With over 30 years of hospitality experience, Allyn has created and led award-winning wine programmes around the world including Wine Spectator Grand Award recipient Aureole Las Vegas and Rockpool Bar & Grill Sydney Australia. A firm believer in industry wine education, Allyn was Adjunct Professor in University of Nevada Las Vegas. Over past decade, Allyn frequently travelled to Asia to lead courses for Court of Master Sommeliers whilst continuing to be active as Examiner for Master Sommelier level candidates. Allyn possesses extensive judging and speaking experience, having participated in over 20 international wine conferences and competitions.

Eddie McDougall, an award-winning winemaker and TV personality in Asia, is the creator of TLC’s popular The Flying Winemaker TV series. A trained winemaker with a diploma in Wine Technology and Viticulture from the University of Melbourne, McDougall has more than a decade of winemaking experiences working with wineries such as Vietti and Innocent Bystander. McDougall just successfully launched his Asian Wine Festival last year, showcasing some of the best wines made in Asian countries from Japan to Bali in Indonesia.
Rebecca Leung is an independent wine educator, wine journalist & consultant based in Hong Kong. She is also a certified Educator & Internal Assessor accredited by WSET (UK), a holder of the WSET Diploma. Rebecca writes her own wine blog “Wine is Beautiful” and has regular columns in many publications. Rebecca is an active wine judge & traveler. 
Ron Taylor, born in Scotland and a resident of Hong Kong, has been studying wine and spirits for over 30 years and lecturing for at least 18
of those years. He is a Certified Educator and Approved Assessor/Invigilator of the Wine and Spirits Education Trust (WSET), a Certified Sommelier from the Court of Master Sommeliers, Member of the Association of Wine Educators, Society of Wine Educators, Guild of Sommeliers and the Hong Kong Wine Society, and a very proud graduate of the Australian Wine Research Institute Advanced Judging Course. He has taught consumers, the F&B industry and staff of leading Hong Kong wine companies in both WSET courses and bespoke material.
Howard Palmes, is the General Manager of Fine Vintage Fine Wines Limited. He passed his Wine & Spirit Education Trust Diploma in 1986 prior to moving to Hong Kong in 1988. He managed the Hong Kong Club and then the Hong Kong Golf Club for twenty years prior to joining the Wine & Spirits Industry. Fine Vintage is a small family owned business specialising in representing other family-owned producers of fine wines, spirits and saké. As Hong Kong’s major Single Malt Whisky specialist, the company imports a wide range of renowned brands in Scotland to new emerging brands from Taiwan and India. Howard’s hobbies include drinking Burgundy, hiking, motor racing, reading and whisky.


Company Product Name Vintage Region Country Medal
ASC Fine Wines (HK) Trading Corporation Ltd. Las Huertas Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Colchagua Chile Bronze


Company Product Name Vintage Region Country Medal
HK$ 101-150
ASC Fine Wines (HK) Trading Corporation Ltd. Aussières Rouge Cabernet Sauvignon-Syrah 2014 Vin de Pays d’Oc France Bronze
Pernod Ricard Winemaker (Ningxia) Co., Ltd. Helan Mountain Classic Dry Red Wine 2013 Ningxia China Bronze


Company Product Name Vintage Region Country Medal
<=HK$ 100
ASC Fine Wines (HK) Trading Corporation Ltd. Norton Barrel Select Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Mendoza Argentina Bronze
Cranswick Wines Australia Pty Ltd Laughing Bird Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Southeast Australia Australia Bronze
De Bortoli Wines Pty Ltd DB Winemaker Selection Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 King Valley/Heathcote Australia Silver
Distell Limited Fleur du Cap Essence du Cap Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Western Cape South Africa Silver
Siegel Family Wines Siegel Single Vineyard Los Lingues Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Colchagua Valley Chile Gold
Siegel Family Wines Siegel Special Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Colchagua Valley Chile Bronze
HK$ 101-150
ASC Fine Wines (HK) Trading Corporation Ltd. Brown Brothers 1889 Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Victoria Australia Silver
Australian Vintage Limited Nepenthe Altitude Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Adelaide Hills Australia Bronze
Grupo Peñaflor S.A. El Esteco Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Calchaqui Valley Argentina Bronze
Grupo Peñaflor S.A. Trapiche Medalla Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Mendoza Argentina Bronze
Shingleback Wine Pty Ltd Shingleback Davey Estate Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 McLaren Vale Australia Bronze
Viña Chocalán SpA Viña Chocalán Gran Reserva Origen Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Maipo Valley Chile Bronze
Wakefield Taylors Family Wines Wakefield Taylors Family Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Clare Valley Australia Gold
HK$ 151-200
Australian Vintage Limited McGuigan The Shortlist Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Coonawarra Australia Bronze
Chateau Tanunda Grand Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Barossa Valley Australia Gold
Cranswick Wines Australia Pty Ltd Cranswick Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 South Australia Australia Silver
Discover Wines Asia Medalla de Villa Rosa Selección Especial Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva 2012 Alto Maipo Valley Chile Bronze
Distell Limited Alto Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Stellenbosch South Africa Silver
Trinchero Family Estates Joel Gott 815 Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 California USA Bronze
Ulupna Winery Ulupna Cabernet Sauvignon Limited Edition 2012 Goulburn Valley Australia Silver
Wakefield Taylors Family Wines Jaraman Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Coonawarra/Clare Valley Australia Bronze
Wakefield Taylors Family Wines Taylors Reserve Parcel Clare Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Clare Valley Australia Silver
HK$ 201-300
Australian Vintage Limited Tempus Two Pewter Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Coonawarra Australia Bronze
Barkan Wine Cellars Ltd. Barkan Altitude 585 2012 Upper Galilee Israel Bronze
Barkan Wine Cellars Ltd. Barkan Altitude 624 2012 Upper Galilee Israel Gold
Codorniu Asia Castell de Raimat Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Costers del Segre Spain Bronze
Grupo Peñaflor S.A. Big Bat Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Mendoza Argentina Silver
Grupo Peñaflor S.A. Gran Mascota Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Mendoza Argentina Silver
Grupo Peñaflor S.A. Trapiche Gran Medalla Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Mendoza Argentina Silver
Hollick Estates Pty Ltd Hollick Estates Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Coonawarra Australia Silver
HK$ 301-400
Conte Tasca d’Almerita Soc. Agr.Arl. Tenuta Regaleali Vigna San Francesco Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Sicilia Contea di Sclafani DOC Italy Silver
De Bortoli Wines Pty Ltd Melba Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Yarra Valley Australia Silver
Grupo Peñaflor S.A. Trapiche Terroir Series Edición Limitada Finca Laborde 2014 Mendoza Argentina Silver
M.P. Wines Salentein Primus Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Uco Valley, Mendoza Argentina Gold
Swings & Roundabouts Swings & Roundabouts Backyard Stories Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Margaret River Australia Silver
Ulupna Winery Royal Phoenix Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Goulburn Valley Australia Bronze
HK$ 401-800
Chateau Tanunda 50 Year Old Vines Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Barossa Valley Australia Silver
Jackson Family Wines Stonestreet Estate Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Alexander Valley USA Bronze
Keen Reach Trading Company Limited Domain Mega Spileo Grand Cave Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 Achaia Greece Master
Levantine Hill Estate Levantine Hill Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Yarra Valley Australia Silver
Trinchero Family Estates Trinchero BRV Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley 2012 Napa Valley USA Gold
Wakefield Taylors Family Wines St Andrews Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Clare Valley Australia Silver
>HK$ 800
Wakefield Taylors Family Wines The Visionary Exceptional Parcel Release Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Clare Valley Australia Gold


Company Product Name Vintage Region Country Medal
<=HK$ 100
De Bortoli Wines Pty Ltd Deen Vat Series 9 Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Southeast Australia Australia Gold
De Bortoli Wines Pty Ltd Golden Roots Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Riverina Australia Silver
Shingleback Wine Pty Ltd Red Knot McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 McLaren Vale Australia Gold
Siegel Family Wines Siegel Unique Selection 2014 Colchagua Valley Chile Bronze
HK$ 101-150
Ste Michelle Wine Estates Columbia Crest H3 Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Horse Heaven Hills, WA USA Bronze
Ste Michelle Wine Estates Ste Michelle Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley 2015 Columbia Valley, WA USA Bronze
Trinchero Family Estates Menage a Trois Cabernet Sauvignon, North Coast, California 2015 North Coast USA Bronze
Viñedos Calcu Limitada Calcu Gran Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Colchagua Valley Chile Bronze
HK$ 151-200
ASC Fine Wines (HK) Trading Corporation Ltd. Chateau Les Lattes, Cru Bourgeois, Medoc 2010 Medoc, Bordeaux France Bronze
Berton Vineyards Berton Vineyard High Eden Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 High Eden Australia Bronze
Viña Cocha y Toro Marqués de Casa Concha Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Maipo Chile Bronze
HK$ 201-300
Distell Limited Plaisir de Merle Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Paarl South Africa Bronze
Grupo Peñaflor S.A. Unanime 2015 Mendoza Argentina Bronze
Jackson Family Wines Arrowood Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Knights Valley USA Silver
Jackson Family Wines Freemark Abbey Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Napa Valley USA Bronze
Jackson Family Wines Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Sonoma County USA Bronze
Pernod Ricard Winemaker (Ningxia) Co., Ltd. Helan Mountain Premium Collection Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Ningxia China Silver
Trinchero Family Estates Napa Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California 2015 Napa Valley USA Bronze
Viña Chocalán SpA Viña Chocalán Vitrum Blend 2014 Maipo Valley Chile Silver
HK$ 301-400
ASC Fine Wines (HK) Trading Corporation Ltd. Légende Pauillac 2014 Pauillac, Bordeaux France Bronze
Swings & Roundabouts Swings & Roundabouts Backyard Stories Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 Margaret River Australia Silver
Treasury Wine Estates Wolf Blass Grey Label Langhorne Creek Cabernet Shiraz 2015 Langhorne Creek Australia Bronze
HK$ 401-800
ASC Fine Wines (HK) Trading Corporation Ltd. Le Dix de Los Vascos 2014 Colchagua Chile Silver
Cape Mentelle Vineyards Ltd Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 Margaret River Australia Silver
Jackson Family Wines Kendall-Jackson Jackson Estate Hawkeye Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Alexander Valley/Sonoma County USA Silver
Pernod Ricard Winemaker (Ningxia) Co., Ltd. Helan Mountain Xiao Feng Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Ningxia China Master
Ste Michelle Wine Estates Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Napa Valley USA Bronze
Trefethen Family Vineyards Trefethen Family Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 Oak Knoll District, Napa USA Bronze
>HK$ 800
Australian Vintage Limited McGuigan The Philosophy 2010 South Australia Australia Silver
Australian Vintage Limited McGuigan The Philosophy 2012 South Australia Australia Silver
Australian Vintage Limited McGuigan The Philosophy 2013 South Australia Australia Silver
Levantine Hill Estate Levantine Hill Samantha’s Paddock Mélange Traditionnel 2014 Yarra Valley Australia Bronze
Levantine Hill Estate Levantine Hill Samantha’s Paddock Mélange Traditionnel 2015 Yarra Valley Australia Master
Suntory Wine International Limited Tomi Red 2013 Yamanashi Japan Bronze

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