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Wynns Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon is the benchmark of quality that all Australian Cabernet Sauvignon is compared to. Coming of the iconic red soils of Coonawarra, Wynns Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon is classic elegance. The 2006 Wynns Black Label is one for the ages with a striking bouquet of blackcurrant, cassis and cedar notes and a complimenting palate with remarkable structure and purity. The '06 will age quite magnificently if treated with the care it deserves.
Bright red-purple; a striking and fragrant bouquet, with blackcurrant, earth and cedar aromas; the palate moves onto a different plane, with considerable tannin-derived structure that has an earthy/savoury regional profile; serious wine.
Vintage: 2006 Score: 95 points
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