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RAY JORDAN WINE GUIDE 2017

 

Brash Vineyard sauvignon blanc 2015 ($22.95)

Brilliant example of Margaret River sauvignon blanc. This won a gold medal at the Melbourne show last year. It’s been infused with a small amount of French oak and this really does work wonders to bring the fine into a different zone of interest and complexity, Retains its essential fresh racy feel with abundant crisp fresh fruit flavours.

Score: 94/100    Cellar: 4 years

Brash Vineyard sauvignon blanc 2015 ($22.95)

Brilliant example of Margaret River sauvignon blanc. This won a gold medal at the Melbourne show last year. It’s been infused with a small amount of French oak and this really does work wonders to bring the fine into a different zone of interest and complexity, Retains its essential fresh racy feel with abundant crisp fresh fruit flavours.

Score: 94/100    Cellar: 4 years

 

RAY JORDAN WINE GUIDE 2016

Brash Vineyard Single Vineyard cabernet sauvignon 2013 ($39.95)

This is a really attractive cabernet sauvignon from what was the old Woodside Valley Estate vineyard in the Yallingup region. Lovely blackcurrant and understated black olive aromatics with a touch of violet and dark chocolate. Fine grainy and slightly sinewy tannins with perfectly infused oak. An elegant and poised wine of great promise.

SCORE 95/100 CELLAR 10 years

Brash Vineyard Single Vineyard sauvignon blanc 2014 ($22.95)

This is a new name but an established vineyard, having originally been Woodside Valley Estate in the Yallingup area. It’s an impressive wine from these mature vines. A little bit of oak influence and further lees working has built in texture and complexity. Retains an essential lively zip through the palate to its long finish.

SCORE 92/100 CELLAR 5 years
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