2021 Mr. Mick Cabernet Merlot

Retail: $18.00

Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot

Vintage: 2021

Country: Australia

Region: Clare Valley

Alcohol: 13.7%

Bottle size: 750 mL


The Mr. Mick brand philosophy of producing affordable wines for everyone to enjoy, is well demonstrated in this popular blend of Clare Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

As one of the world’s most iconic wine blends, the Merlot adds middle palate texture and juiciness whilst also softening Cabernet’s powerful structural tannins.
This wine has distinctive varietal characters of plums, inky blackberries, coffee and dark chocolate with hints of violet flower and herbal spice.
It is a mouth-filling wine of great length with textured soft tannins, just the way we like it!

Winemaking Notes

Premium Clare Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot were fermented for a week on skins with a moderate pump-over regime, gently pressed and racked prior to French oak for ageing. After 24 months oak maturation, parcels were selected and blended to stainless steel tanks, before being filtered and bottled.

Food Pairing

This wine is suitable for drinking anytime from the present to ten years of age and is the perfect match for marinated slow roast lamb shoulder or most game meats.

SKU: 21MMCM-1 Category:

Additional information

Weight 1.33 kg


Regan Drew



December 2021

Current release being 2016 and still only $17. I would be having a word if I was the accountant.

Earthy and starting to show a little maturation. Cassis/blackberry, plum and mulberry fruits with chocolate, coffee grounds and sweet oak. Woody pencil and rich bay leaf give a varietal thumbprint. Still quite bright on the medium-full palate with violets and chocolate with a long veneer of grippy tannin.


Ray Jordan



November 2021

With the extra time in bottle this little guy is starting to show some interesting, slightly developed characters that bring a new dimension to a value for money wine. Smooth and succulent with a gently leathery spicy overlay to the medium weight dark chocolate and toasty primary characters.