Penfolds have always been at the forefront of innovation and experimention and their Cellar Release wines are a celebration of this adventurous spirit. Small parcels that exceed expectations are bottled and released under this exclusive label.
This is an archetypal Penfolds nose of yore - stylish ripe fruit aromas with dark roasted coffee/mocha. Ripe fig, fresh liquorice and an oscillating Cabernet and Shiraz interplay make for, as they say, a classic Australian Red aromatic offer. The palate is tight, solid and firm. Flavours are textured and layered - talc-like, grainy, fine tannins interweave with raspberry and other red fruit notes. With air, cinnamon and demi-glace pan juices slowly arise, although it is clear that not all is yet revealed.
Vintage: 2005 Source: www.penfolds.com.au
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