2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Museum Release

$65.00

Out of stock

2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Museum Release

$65.00

Production – 243 dozen / 2916 bottles

Colour: Ruby red with a deep, dark centre.

Bouquet: Blackcurrant leaf, violets, hints of tobacco and cedar on the nose along with dark forest fruits and hints of cacao .

Palate: Laden with cassis and black olive tapenade flavours, the palate is rich and generous. . Hints of star anise and clove compliment the fruit concentration and lead to a savoury finish with slightly suede like tannins giving superb length.

Cellaring: The 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon can be enjoyed now or cellared to 2025.

Awards and Reviews:

A sturdy, ripe cabernet in a fuller mould for the region. Sumptuous. Sage and bay leaf herbals are sweet currant-clad, melded impeccably with high quality French oak cedar tannins. Graphite too, with a stream of pebbly acidity tapering the wine to a long finish. This needs time to unravel.
James Halliday Wine Companion Website -93 points – Published 1st August 2018.

” Splendid example of a classy cabernet from this super vintage. There appears to be a distinct regional site character her that emerges on the nose and extended through to the palate. Such an expressive wine displaying seamless integration and flawless balance. Good for the cellar, but it is mighty good drinking in the short term. 94/100″
Ray Jordan – The West Australian Wine Guide 2019

 

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Production – 243 dozen / 2916 bottles

Colour: Ruby red with a deep, dark centre.

Bouquet: Blackcurrant leaf, violets, hints of tobacco and cedar on the nose along with dark forest fruits and hints of cacao .

Palate: Laden with cassis and black olive tapenade flavours, the palate is rich and generous. . Hints of star anise and clove compliment the fruit concentration and lead to a savoury finish with slightly suede like tannins giving superb length.

Cellaring: The 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon can be enjoyed now or cellared to 2025.

Awards and Reviews:

A sturdy, ripe cabernet in a fuller mould for the region. Sumptuous. Sage and bay leaf herbals are sweet currant-clad, melded impeccably with high quality French oak cedar tannins. Graphite too, with a stream of pebbly acidity tapering the wine to a long finish. This needs time to unravel.
James Halliday Wine Companion Website -93 points – Published 1st August 2018.

” Splendid example of a classy cabernet from this super vintage. There appears to be a distinct regional site character her that emerges on the nose and extended through to the palate. Such an expressive wine displaying seamless integration and flawless balance. Good for the cellar, but it is mighty good drinking in the short term. 94/100″
Ray Jordan – The West Australian Wine Guide 2019