Bleasdale Cabernet Sauvignon Langhorne Creek Mulberry Tree 2007

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Mulberry Tree is an apt name for this Langhorne Creek Cabernet because the dark fruit conserve aroma is immediately e...

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Opaque ruby. Musky cherry and redcurrant on the nose, with spicy notes of cracked pepper and mace adding complexity. Sweet, deep red berry and cher... Read more

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Source: We Speak Wine
01/03/2013

Opaque ruby. Musky cherry and redcurrant on the nose, with spicy notes of cracked pepper and mace adding complexity. Sweet, deep red berry and cherry flavors are enlivened by a racy mineral quality. The spiciness gains strength on the finish, which is alluringly sweet and persistent. Bleasdales flagship Frank Potts bottling was not made in 2007 so all of that juice went into this low-priced wine. The 2007 Mulberry Tree Cabernet Sauvignon was aged for 18 months in a mix of seasoned French and American oak. Enticing aromas of cedar, spice box, violets, and black currant lead to a mouth-filling, moderately structured Cabernet with good depth and a pure finish. Drink it now through 2017. ** SOLD OUT **


Winemaker's Notes:

Mulberry Tree is an apt name for this Langhorne Creek Cabernet because the dark fruit conserve aroma is immediately evident. The sweet palate is full and persistent with the added complexity of 15 months in French and American Oak.

Mulberry Tree is an apt name for this Langhorne Creek Cabernet because the dark fruit conserve aroma is immediately evident. The sweet palate is full and persistent with the added complexity of 15 months in French and American Oak.

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