2014 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Museum Release

$130.00

Out of stock

2014 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Museum Release

$130.00

Limited Release – Total Production 600 bottles.

Colour: Deep dark red.

Nose: Lifted aromas of traditional blackcurrant, cassis, hints of ripe raspberry with seductive clove and black olive tapenade and finishing with cedar woods and notes.

Palate: A rich mid palate dominated by blackcurrant and succulent red berry acidity, combine to create an elegant medium bodied wine, finishing with fine silky tannins. This exceptional wine can be enjoyed now, or will develop more complexity in the bottle – cellar up to 15 years.

Awards and Reviews:

“2014 Cape Grace Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is impeccably styled, with beautiful balance and line through the palate. “I really like this.” Said McKenzie. “Violets on the nose. Rich ripe blackcurrant flavours with good acidity.” I found red fruit fragrances too, and a good fruit/oak balance. There’s plenty of fine, firm tannin. Enjoy it now or cellar.” Nick Bulleid MW
Top Western Australian Cabernet – 97 points Gourmet Traveller Wine Apr/May 2018  – Western Stars Panel Tasting – Peter Bourne, Sand McKenzie, Toni Paterson MW, Amanda Yallop and Nick Bulleid MW.

“Might impressive follow-up to the very good 2013. I reckon this one just shades that wine. It’s a limited production number that’s been given the kid gloves treatment in the winery, with hand plunging and basket pressing. Scented notes of heady blackcurrant and cedary with a palate that is deep concentrated black currants. Grainy tannins and well-weighted oak. Yep, you can drink it now, but really, give it time and you’ll see what a marvellous wine this will become. 96 points
Ray Jordan – The West Australian Wine Guide 2018

96 points – James Halliday – Wine Companion Website 2018 – Published 1st August 2018

 

Out of stock

Limited Release – Total Production 600 bottles.

Colour:Deep dark red.

Nose:Lifted aromas of traditional blackcurrant, cassis, hints of ripe raspberry with seductive clove and black olive tapenade and finishing with cedar woods and notes.

Palate:A rich mid palate dominated by blackcurrant and succulent red berry acidity, combine to create an elegant medium bodied wine, finishing with fine silky tannins. This exceptional wine can be enjoyed now, or will develop more complexity in the bottle – cellar up to 15 years.

Awards and Reviews:

“2014 Cape Grace Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is impeccably styled, with beautiful balance and line through the palate. “I really like this.” Said McKenzie. “Violets on the nose. Rich ripe blackcurrant flavours with good acidity.” I found red fruit fragrances too, and a good fruit/oak balance. There’s plenty of fine, firm tannin. Enjoy it now or cellar.” Nick Bulleid MW
Top Western Australian Cabernet – 97 points Gourmet Traveller Wine Apr/May 2018  – Western Stars Panel Tasting – Peter Bourne, Sand McKenzie, Toni Paterson MW, Amanda Yallop and Nick Bulleid MW.

“Might impressive follow-up to the very good 2013. I reckon this one just shades that wine. It’s a limited production number that’s been given the kid gloves treatment in the winery, with hand plunging and basket pressing. Scented notes of heady blackcurrant and cedary with a palate that is deep concentrated black currants. Grainy tannins and well-weighted oak. Yep, you can drink it now, but really, give it time and you’ll see what a marvellous wine this will become. 96 points
Ray Jordan – The West Australian Wine Guide 2018

96 points – James Halliday – Wine Companion Website 2018 – Published 1st August 2018