McWilliam’s Off the Press Cabernet Sauvignon

Friday October 24, 1970: Just off the press, Glen McWilliam has surprised the winemaking industry by announcing the planting of new grape varieties at his family’s vineyard in the Riverina, NSW. Glen, known for his innovation, has planted a range of table wine varieties, but it is the Cabernet Sauvignon which he is most proud of and believes this luscious, oaked red wine is the perfect accompaniment for food.

Inspired by the iconic stories of the McWilliam’s family throughout the decades and grown from the rich soils of New South Wales, this wine portrays one family’s passion for the art of winemaking.

ALC/VOL : 14  %
COLOUR : Dark crimson with purple hues.
WINEMAKER : Russell Cody

PEAK DRINKING : Wine is made for immediate consumption or can be carefully cellared for up to 5 years.


New South Wales


Rich primary fruit aromas of plum, blackcurrant and dark cherry with hints of chocolate and dried herb. Background of mocha, cinnamon and oak is also present.


Great fruit power and dense flavours of cassis and blood plums supported by soft tannins creating a wine of both intensity and length. Balanced oak flavours of vanilla and nutmeg help to add complexity to the palate, which finishes soft yet powerful.