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Battle Of Bosworth Mclaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
  • Terrific McLaren Vale Cabernet
  • From an organic vineyard
  • Rich blackberry and blackcurrant flavours

Battle Of Bosworth Mclaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 x12

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Bosworth's first McLaren Vale vineyard was planted in the early 1850s. Some 150 years later, Joch Bosworth converted the 'Edgehill' vineyard to organic viticulture and now they use the yellow soursob plant to fight their battles (it combats other weeds). This is the 15th vintage of this Cab Sav and the results are tremendous.

Wine Region

MCLAREN VALE

Drink Until

2024

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

This will go with strongly flavoured dishes.

Oak

70% old oak, and balance in new mainly French hogsheads barrels.

Colour

Deep brick red with slight purple hue.

Nose

On the nose blackcurrant cassis and herbal notes intertwined with delicate whiffs of char (from the oak barrels).

Palate

On the palate blackcurrant and blackberry over powdery tannins, spice and tar. This wine has great length and structure where the fruit more than matches the fine tannin structure. Another terrific Bosworth Cabernet.

Background

Organic farming is based on minimising the use of external inputs, and as such our certified organic grapes are grown and processed without the use of synthetic chemicals or fertilizers. Our system of organic viticulture at Battle of Bosworth works with nature rather than against it, and by keeping harmful chemicals out of the land, water and air, creates a healthy environment rich in flora, fauna and nutrients; the perfect environment for growing the very best quality wine grapes. Battle of Bosworth grows Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Chardonnay, Semillon, Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc and Mourvèdre (as well as some Touriga Nacional and Graciano) which are fully certified 'A' grade organic by Australian Certified Organic (ACO), a process that takes four years. The vines are all now 20 years and older. We had a very early start to vintage in 2015, with generally mild conditions throughout. We had only a handful of hot days, which allowed natural acids to develop nicely. This was a very short, sharp vintage, with most winemakers finishing their vintage well before Easter. Yields were down, somewhere between 10 and 30% depending on variety. Joch's take on the whole affair? 'Fast, early and pretty'. Another year, another vintage; Same old, same old. And in effect this is how it is was when we make this, the 15th version of the Battle of Bosworth Cabernet Sauvignon. No new fancy methods or equipment, just tried and tested wine making techniques used year in and year out. Who said winemaking was exciting? We pick the Cabernet when it is flavour and sugar ripe, then crush it and ferment it in small open vessels. We drain off the juice and pump it over the skins to gently extract colour, flavour and tannins from them. Fermentation finishes in barrel; we use mainly old oak (about 70%) and the balance in new mainly French hogsheads (300l) barrels. We blend back some of our cordon cut, vine dried Cabernet to the wine just prior to bottling, a practise we have undertaken since we began making the wine. That's it, nothing that mid blowing in the method, but the results are pretty spectacular!

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