Appearance: Clear, bright, deep red / purple with a crimson hue.
Nose: Strong varietal definition including blackberry and cassis fruits with well-integrated cedary oak.
Palate: Medium to full-bodied wine with typical sub district blueberry, olive, mint and spice characters. A dried herb finish is well supported by fine grainy tannins and French oak.
Cellaring: Enjoy on release or cellar for eight to ten years from release (March 2017).
Region : Margaret River wineries ,
State : Western Australia,
Alcohol : 14,
A lovely dense, layered Cabernet with dark berry notes, cassis, dry herbs and cherries. Nicely balanced and a wine with persistence. It drinks well now, but it will age superbly. This is really amazing value, well in the running for the best value Cab in the country. Shiraz might do well in this region, but there is no question that Cabernet is king. Score: 93/100 Best drinking: a decade and more. Alc: 14%