D'Arenberg the Coppermine Road Mclaren Vale 2001

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Upon release, d’Arenberg’s The Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon has a deep vibrant young deep red - purple colour. ...

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Luxurious Drinks offers you: Wine - red - 2001 - D'Arenberg Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon - Australien - Region: South Australia - Apellation:... Read more

Chester Osborn, the remarkable person behind this enormous array of both impeccably high quality and value-priced wines, deserves considerable acco... Read more

One of the finest Cabernet Sauvignons produced in South Australia is d'Arenberg's Coppermine Road. The colossal 2001 The Coppermine Road Cabernet S... Read more

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External Review
Source: Luxurious Drinks
08/18/2012

Luxurious Drinks offers you: Wine - red - 2001 - D'Arenberg Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon - Australien - Region: South Australia - Apellation: McLaren Valley - Cabernet Sauvignon - 750 ml.


External Review
Source: Cellar Link Pty Ltd
06/24/2010

Chester Osborn, the remarkable person behind this enormous array of both impeccably high quality and value-priced wines, deserves considerable accolades for what he is able to achieve at all price ranges. If you love Australian wines, d'Arenberg is a winery to seek out as these offerings all possess abundant soul as well as character. In short, the accolades that proprietor/winemaker Chester Osborn receives not only from The Wine Advocate, but virtually everybody in the wine world, are all well deserved.


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
10/16/2009

One of the finest Cabernet Sauvignons produced in South Australia is d'Arenberg's Coppermine Road. The colossal 2001 The Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon exhibits an opaque purple color in addition to a gorgeous perfume of lead pencil sha... Robert Parker. A Cabernet Sauvignon wine from South Australia in Australia. 2001 D'Arenberg The Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon 750ml


External Review
Source: Cellar Link Pty Ltd
06/24/2010

93 points out of 100 by Robert Parker Jnr.


External Review
Source: Cellar Link Pty Ltd
06/24/2010

90 points out of 100 by Harvey Steiman


External Review
Source: Cellar Link Pty Ltd
06/24/2010

88 points out of 100 by Jeremy Oliver


External Review
Source: Cellar Link Pty Ltd
06/24/2010

92 points out of 100 by James Halliday


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Winemaker's Notes:

Upon release, d’Arenberg’s The Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon has a deep vibrant young deep red - purple colour. The nose shows intense blackcurrant fruit, slight cedary cinnamon spice barrel ferment & oak derived aromas, violet and mint scents as well as liquorice & chocolate smells. Primary Mulberry aromas are also evident on the palate. Combined with some blueberry, cassis and sweet rhubarb flavours dominating the typically rich & intense sweet, cedary middle palate flavours. These are followed by a typically firm but fine- grained vibrant tannins, extended texture overlaying soft plum which deceptively disguise the rich powerful cassis and blackcurrant flavours. The emphasis is on powerful full- bodied varietal fruit flavour with totally integrated barrel fermented and oak matured characters falling into the subtle cedary, smoky and cashew spectrum. After time in bottle The Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon should gain more chocolate, truffle, cigar box and earth aromas and flavours. Nevertheless it should maintain its freshness, persistent flavour, linear acidity and varietal tannin hold. Mushroom, black olive, stewed rhubarb and cooked beetroot may also play a part. Varietal eucalyptus and bell pepper hints may also come to the fore but be well integrated with the other developing characters, maintaining an even palate weight with a seamless & persistently rolling length. Serve at room temperature 16-24 �C, now or in the next 2-20 years with a large range of full flavoured foods including duck, lamb, game and beef as well as fresh tomato and egg plant pasta, roast fillet of beef or kangaroo, venison, osso bucco or pheasant with red wine sauce. Serve after decanting as an older wine.

Upon release, d’Arenberg’s The Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon has a deep vibrant young deep red - purple colour. The nose shows intense blackcurrant fruit, slight cedary cinnamon spice barrel ferment & oak derived aromas, violet and mint scents as well as liquorice & chocolate smells. Primary Mulberry aromas are also evident on the palate. Combined with some blueberry, cassis and sweet rhubarb flavours dominating the typically rich & intense sweet, cedary middle palate flavours. These are followed by a typically firm but fine- grained vibrant tannins, extended texture overlaying soft plum which deceptively disguise the rich powerful cassis and blackcurrant flavours. The emphasis is on powerful full- bodied varietal fruit flavour with totally integrated barrel fermented and oak matured characters falling into the subtle cedary, smoky and cashew spectrum. After time in bottle The Coppermine Road Cabernet Sauvignon should gain more chocolate, truffle, cigar box and earth aromas and flavours. Nevertheless it should maintain its freshness, persistent flavour, linear acidity and varietal tannin hold. Mushroom, black olive, stewed rhubarb and cooked beetroot may also play a part. Varietal eucalyptus and bell pepper hints may also come to the fore but be well integrated with the other developing characters, maintaining an even palate weight with a seamless & persistently rolling length. Serve at room temperature 16-24 �C, now or in the next 2-20 years with a large range of full flavoured foods including duck, lamb, game and beef as well as fresh tomato and egg plant pasta, roast fillet of beef or kangaroo, venison, osso bucco or pheasant with red wine sauce. Serve after decanting as an older wine.

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