2012 Vintage: Blackcurrant fruit of depth and persistence is a hallmark of Langhorne Creek Cabernet, accented with notes of tomato, savoury herbs and earth. Lively acidity draws the finish out long, supported by fine-grained tannins.
Rated: 91 Points
-WBM June 2014
2013 Vintage: Langhorne Creek is one of the unsung regions of South Australia where both cabernet sauvignon and shiraz come up trumps under the cooling breezes that flow across Lake Alexandrina into the gum-treed floodplains of the Angas and Bremer rivers. It allows the aromatic distinction cabernet can offer, here in classic dark berry mode with faint eucalypt and forest herbals, the palate textbook blackberry fruit with fine tannin finishing feels. Tony Love
4 stars, 92 points
-Advertiser Top 100, July 2016
2014 Vintage: If you're on the hunt for a Cabernet for around $20, you won't be disappointed by this Heartland release. Chocolate, peppermint, blackberry, cassis all play their part. A touch of roast beef chimes in late, as does a dash of clove. It's dense but there's an energy about it too. A rush of blackberry charges on a tight, dry and chalky like finish. I dig it. Drink now to 2024. 03/2018