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Pandora's Box Geographe Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

When you consider the original legend about Pandoras Box, you may be a little reluctant to open this wine at first, but trust me when I tell you this WA beauty is worth it. It's rich, dark, elegant and smooth, with a long, fine finish.

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Region: Geographe, Western Australia.
Drink Until: 2015
Varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcohol: 14.5%
Foods: A rack of lamb crusted with parmesan and anchovy crumbs.
Oak: Subtle use of oak.
Colour: Deep garnet in colour with crimson hues.
Nose: Lifted aromas of blackcurrant and mulberry leaf with subtle vanillin oak and underlying earth and tobacco characters.
Palate: Elegantly with lifted varietal Cabernet fruit characters and a medium bodied mouthfeel balanced by the soft, firm tannins that add structure to the lingering finish.

Background:

Geographe in South Western Australia was recognised as a premium area for grape growing as early as the 1920s and 1930s, though it fell into neglect during World War 2 when the Italian growers were interned for the war. In the early 1970s this area as super premium wine region was again recognised.

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