2018 Anubis Cabernet Sauvignon



Taken from a single vineyard on the Barossa floor, Barossa. Grown on ancient Biscay soil with excellent fertility. The wine has an intense brick red colour with a bouquet of red currant and dark cherry fruit with mulberry notes.

The wine has been crafted to enhance the rich, dark cherry and cassis fruit, with 40% new French oak, resulting in plush and juicy flavours with an elegant, soft, velvety tannin finish. Extended aging in the bottle before release integrates the unique characters of this premium Cabernet over time.

The result is a complex wine that is also Vegan friendly.

VARIETAL: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
REGION: Barossa Valley


Anubis is a reverent tribute to the Cabernet Sauvignon variety, which has rested humbly within Barossa Valley’s wine-growing history for many generations.  Single vineyard, personally selected fruit from dedicated Barossa growers creates a wine that is a true testament to this noble variety. 

ANUBIS: Egyptian God of the dead is represented as a man with a greyhound dog’s head. Depicted as a protector of graves, his role was to usher souls of the dead safely into the afterlife. Tutankhamen and Cleopatra’s many greyhounds were entombed and sometimes mummified by their owners to protect them on their way into the royalty afterlife.




2016 Anubis Cabernet Sauvignon

Gold Medal

2015 Anubis Cabernet Sauvignon

2021 London Wine Competition
Wine of the Year + Best Wine by Quality + Best Wine by Varietal - 96 Points

2021 Sommeliers Choice Awards
Wine of the Year by Country 
Top 100 On-Premise Wines No. 18 

2014 Anubis Cabernet Sauvignon
Gold Medal
Sommeliers Choice Awards

Silver Medal
G100 International Wine Awards
Huon Hooke

Bronze Medal
ANZ Boutique Wine Show
London International Wine Challenge
San Francisco International Wine Show
London Wine Competition 


Chunky Cabernet with ripe blueberry fruitiness, some mulberry and cassis, a sniff of freshly turned earth, and a good seasoning of clove and mahogany wood. There are rivulets of grippy tannin, but the general feel is of plushness and opulence with choc-berry licks to finish. Deep, brooding style managed with class.Mike Bennie, WBM Magazine - 94 points

This wine has an intense nose, with an expressive palate of jam fruit, chocolate, licorice, and oak with a light layer of earth and cigar box. A well-balanced wine with ripe tannins and a long, savoury finish. This internationally recognised masterpiece is an elegant drop with a majestic soul.The Good Wine Club