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Peccavi Wines

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RAY JORDAN WINE GUIDE 2017

Peccavi No Regrets sauvignon blanc semillon 2015 ($)

Punchy and vibrant tropical fruit-driven SBS with all the flavor and mouth filling goodies you want with this as an early drinking style. Loaded with passionfruit pith and a decent squeeze of lemon. IT’s balanced and pure with a sustained finish.

Score: 89/100    Cellar: 2 years

Peccavi chardonnay 2013 ($)

A light bodied and quite restrained chardonnay in the more modern style. The nose shows some light creamy nutty mealy characters. The palate is tightly held with some subtle oak and a crisp sustaining acid A little spicy minerality adds a lingering touch.

Score: 89/100     Cellar: 4 years

Peccavi cabernet sauvignon 2013 ($)

There’s plenty of insistent cabernet packed into this richly textured and lavish expression of the variety. Aromas of black olive, crush herbs and a deep chocolaty blackcurrant are engaging. The palate is deep and luxurious with plush tannins and oak creating a carpet of rich fruit flavour. Well balanced.

Score: 91/100     Cellar: 6 years

 

 

 

 RAY JORDAN WINE GUIDE 2016

Peccavi cabernet sauvignon 2012 ($68)

Most impressive cabernet from these northern vineyards of Margaret River. There is a leafy savoury character that is most attractive. The little edge of black olive and tobacco leaf add further interest. Deep and penetrating palate with a long concentrated finish. This is an excellent wine of balance and elegance.

SCORE 94/100 CELLAR 10 years

Peccavi chardonnay 2012 ($58)

Roasted nuts, brioche and creamy stone fruit merge seamlessly in a complex captivating aroma. The palate captures further nuances with some savoury edges to complement. A balanced and beautifully structured chardonnay showing some classy winemaking and fruit. Lovely lick of acid and grapefruit on the finish.

SCORE 93/100 CELLAR 5 years

Peccavi No Regrets cabernet merlot 2012 ($26)

Neatly put together cabernet merlot blend. Plenty of blackcurrant and dark chocolate characters. Ripe firmish tannins and little black olive edginess and some nice oak treatment comes together in a tidy package for drinking over the next few years.

SCORE 89/100 CELLAR 4 years

 

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