Clarendon Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Clarendon 2004

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Clarendon Hills, 25 miles south of Adelaide, was established in 1989 by Roman Bratasiuk, the owner/winemaker. Since i...

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Powerful and dense cab. Delicious and decadent. Try this. - Tasted at Marché Bacchus 10/3/09 Read more

Wine Advocate ReviewSuper-concentrated, intense, and black as a moonless night, the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Sandown is a full-bodied, powerful, ric... Read more

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Powerful and dense cab. Delicious and decadent. Try this. - Tasted at Marché Bacchus 10/3/09


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01/18/2009

Wine Advocate ReviewSuper-concentrated, intense, and black as a moonless night, the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Sandown is a full-bodied, powerful, rich, impressive Cabernet that Bratasiuk claims will live for 15 or more years.


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Clarendon Hills, 25 miles south of Adelaide, was established in 1989 by Roman Bratasiuk, the owner/winemaker. Since its establishment just over a decade ago Clarendon Hills has had amazing success. Clarendon Hills has received excellent reviews from both critics and publications alike. From The Wine Advocate to the Wine Companion and Wine Spectator, to being named as one of Robert Parker's 'Wine Producers of the Year' in his newsletter Issue 108 - Clarendon Hills continues to impress. In August 2003, Robert Parker (Wine Advocate) names Clarendon Hills as one of Australia and the world's greatest wineries. The quality of Clarendons success can be attributed to a number of things. Firstly the age of the vines, the town Clarendon was established in 1845. Today many of the vineyards surrounding the winery are over seventy years old; the gnarly and twisted bush vines are dry farmed and the grapes are hand picked. Secondly the soil variation and quality, the soil profiles of each winery are very different. This difference, from the rock and shale of Piggott Range to the heavy clay of the Clarendon Grenache Vineyard. Lastly Roman's dedication and philosophy to winemaking. His aim is quite simply to make wines equal to anything in the world. A Much darker more powerful wine with deeper flavour and more character. Pungent iodine, leather hints with long tannic finish. Will cellar for 20 years. Super-concentrated, intense, and black as a moonless night, the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Sandown is a full-bodied, powerful, rich, impressive Cabernet that Bratasiuk claims will live for 15 or more years.

Clarendon Hills, 25 miles south of Adelaide, was established in 1989 by Roman Bratasiuk, the owner/winemaker. Since its establishment just over a decade ago Clarendon Hills has had amazing success. Clarendon Hills has received excellent reviews from both critics and publications alike. From The Wine Advocate to the Wine Companion and Wine Spectator, to being named as one of Robert Parker's 'Wine Producers of the Year' in his newsletter Issue 108 - Clarendon Hills continues to impress. In August 2003, Robert Parker (Wine Advocate) names Clarendon Hills as one of Australia and the world's greatest wineries. The quality of Clarendons success can be attributed to a number of things. Firstly the age of the vines, the town Clarendon was established in 1845. Today many of the vineyards surrounding the winery are over seventy years old; the gnarly and twisted bush vines are dry farmed and the grapes are hand picked. Secondly the soil variation and quality, the soil profiles of each winery are very different. This difference, from the rock and shale of Piggott Range to the heavy clay of the Clarendon Grenache Vineyard. Lastly Roman's dedication and philosophy to winemaking. His aim is quite simply to make wines equal to anything in the world. A Much darker more powerful wine with deeper flavour and more character. Pungent iodine, leather hints with long tannic finish. Will cellar for 20 years. Super-concentrated, intense, and black as a moonless night, the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Sandown is a full-bodied, powerful, rich, impressive Cabernet that Bratasiuk claims will live for 15 or more years.

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