Yalumba The Signature Barossa Valley Cabernet Shiraz 2002 (Single bottle)

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The Signature Cabernet Shiraz was first made in 1962. Each release is a ‘salute to an employee or person who has made a significant contribution to the culture and traditions of the company’. The Cabernet and Shiraz grapes derive from old vine material in the Eden Valley and Barossa Valley.


  • The Signature Cabernet Shiraz was first made in 1962. Each release is a ‘salute to an employee or person who has made a significant contribution to the culture and traditions of the company’. The Cabernet and Shiraz grapes derive from old vine material in the Eden Valley and Barossa Valley. After batch-vinification the wine completes fermentation in barrel, followed by maturation in Yalumba-coopered new and seasoned American and French oak. It is typified by rich plum/dark chocolate/panforte aromas and flavours, dense, chalky tannins, superb generosity of fruit and underlying savoury oak. Langton's Classified since 2010. Promoted to the 'Outstanding' category in 2018.


    Vintage: 2002
    Varietal: Cabernet Shiraz
    Appellation: Barossa Valley, SA
    Alcohol: 14.5%
  • 93 Points - James Halliday
    "Bright red-purple; a medium-bodied, refined mix of black and red fruits; supple, fine tannins and a warm creche of vanilla oak around the fruit."

    95+ Points - Robert Parker
    "The 2002 Cabernet Sauvignon/Shiraz The Signature reveals more purple in its color (than the 2001) along with a cooler climate mouthfeel, massive, concentrated blackberry and cassis fruit, and additional floral and cherry notes. Full-bodied and rich, with good freshness as well as huge concentration and length, it should drink well for 15-20 years."