2015 Ferngrove Frankland River Malbec

2015 Ferngrove Frankland River Malbec

Fresh cut strawberries, white pepper and spice… and all things nice

Colour:  Crimson.

Nose:  Seductive aromas of blackberry and dark plums, spice and fennel seeds.

Palate:  Core of unctuous black fruits, deep and alluring, mulberry and Satsuma plum with a long fine finish.

Food Pairings:  Enjoy with pork and fennel sausages.

Geographical Indication:  Frankland River

Alcohol Statement:  14.0%

PH:  3.42

Ta:  5.76

Cellaring:  Drink now or cellar for up to 8 years.

Ray Jordan review

Ferngrove Black label Frankland River malbec 2015 ($20)

Malbec seems to have found a home in Frankland River. This shows many of the characters of this excellent variety – floral notes, spices and mulberry with even a trace of fennel and licorice. It stacks up mighty well as a varietal. Integrated palate and excellent mouthfeel.

Score: 90/100                                     Cellar: 5 years


Buy it Now

Ray Jordan

Wine Guide 2016

This variety is best known as a blending component yet when the vintage is good it gets the chance to strut its stuff as this excellent wine does. It’s a wine of great poise and expression with spices and dark chocolate and fruit intensity evident on the nose and palate. Still a little closed now but it will open up with further ageing. CELLAR 10 years

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