$13.90 in any six
$15.19 in any six
$15.20 in any six
Metala is an iconic name from the perpetual award-winning region of Langhorne Creek in South Australia. Deep red in colour, this wine is a solid blend. Some vibrant Cabernet characters such as currants and blackberries are prominent on the nose, with regional white peppers and some subtle floral notes.
Strong purple-red; a 49/46/5 blend that has the hallmark opulence of the region, with black fruits to the fore; has enough structure to carry it for years to come.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 89 points
Crimson-purple; a rich, medium-to full-bodied wine with plush black fruits, soft tannins and a generous splash of vanillan oak, its label never mauled by brand managers, its bottles still numbered (this no. 51,258).
Vintage: 2008 Score: 92 points
Excellent wine; very good length and texture; gently savoury edges to the black fruits, finishing with fine tannins.
Vintage: 2005 Score: 94 points
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