$19.95 in any six
$24.99 per bottle
$18.99 in any six
Always regarded as one of Margaret River's favourite wineries due to the inherant quality that seems to marry beautifully with their value-for-money philosophy. Their Cabernet Merlot continues to win wide acclaim due to its dark purple colour and its lifted aromas of raspberries and Black Forest cake. Rich berry flavours are well balanced by a tight tannin structure typical of quality Margaret River Cabernets. The other great bonus is the ability of this great Cab blend to morph into a true cellar star.
A more complex blend than the front label would suggest: a 48/41/6/5% blend of cabernet sauvignon, merlot, malbec and petit verdot, matured for 18 months in French barriques (15% new). Has retained good colour, and has exemplary balance to its redcurrant and blackcurrant fruit, tannins and oak; the length and mouthfeel are also very good. Great value.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 95 points
Super vintage in Margaret River and this is a great value-for-money wine with a bit of class. Such a beatuifully seductive aroma of cedar and reb berry. It's a medium to full-bodied cabernet blend with an effortless easy grace that carries the beautiful palate to a very long finish. Supple sweet fruit supported by a fine thread of tannin and oak. Exceptional wine.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 94 points
Source: The West Australian
Dark purple in colour, lifted aromas of raspberries and Black Forest cake; balanced by a tight tannin. Quality Margaret River red.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 93 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Pepper, gum leaf, bay leaf, redcurrant and blackcurrant. Some meatiness. Has firm slightly astringent tannin, a slightly stewed flavour profile, but does have a good volume of flavour for its weight. And a good finish. Drinks pretty well. Priced fairly.
Vintage: 2008 Score: 89 points
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