According to Australian lore, when a fisherman (or woman) has an especially good catch they are thought to have the “fisheye.” That means they seem to possess that rare sixth sense about the fish and what will attract their attention into the nets and onto the dinner table.
In American lore giving someone the “fisheye” simply means they are the object of affection.
In both continents having or giving the “fisheye” is a good thing.
Drinking FishEye’s 2010 cabernet sauvignon is a good thing for you the imbiber and for those wanting to reduce the world's packaging waste.
The 3L cask retails for $18 and is equivalent to four 750ml bottles and about 90 cents a glass. (FishEye cabernet is also packaged in 750ml and 1.5l bottles.)
This is a full bodied deep purple wine with ripe cherry, blackberry and cloves on the nose. The full-mouth flavors are mocha, pepper and juicy black fruit.
This is not a timid wine so pair this with blackened redfish, smoked beef ribs, loaded cheeseburgers, grilled steaks with crumbled blue cheese and hard cheeses.