Love this wine - a bit more rustic than other New World cabernets - but full bodied and fun to drink.
Good value wine from Australia. A little more rustic than some of the new world cabernets I've tried lately, but still a hearty and enjoyable wine.
One and a half glasses
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Glass-staining ruby. Nuanced, perfumed nose shows redcurrant and cherry preserves, rose, licorice and mocha. Suave, sweet and focused, with harmonious acidity and a floral element to its sappy red fruit flavors. Nicely energetic wine, with sweet tannins adding focus to the spicy, persistent finish. This offers outstanding value; most cabs at this price point are either candied or lean, green and mean.
Ripe and inviting, with dark berry notes and a touch of bay leaf on a fine-grained frame, echoing nicely. Drink now.
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon gives intense cassis and warm blackberry aromas over hints of cloves and mint. Medium to full bodied with decent concentration, crisp acid and textured with a medium level of chewy tannins, it finishes medium-long. Drinking now, it should keep to 2014.
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