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Black Wattle Mt Benson Cabernet Sauvignon 2012
  • Outstandingly rich
  • Cool-climate classic - elegant yet intense
  • Magnum size, well worth collecting

Black Wattle Mt Benson Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 x6

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1 Bronze
Black Wattle is renowned as one of the best labels from the Mount Benson region (it's one of the originals established there). In true style, this lives up to its reputation with complex, deep, dark fruit flavours over an impeccably balanced palate. True quality at an unbelieveable price.

Awards

1 Bronze

Wine Region

MOUNT BENSON

Drink Until

2020

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Lush Lamb Shanks with Peas and Mash Potatoes.

Oak

American & French oak.

Colour

Very intense, deep, vibrant purple hues.

Nose

Concentratedl black olive and herbal notes with upfront blackcurrant, blackberry and mulberry hints, juicy ripe plums combined with integrated fine toasty American and French oak, a very concentrated and complex bouquet.

Palate

Beautiful concentrated spicy fruit with tobacco cedary notes combined with ripe black- berries, the intense fruit from the nose follows through on the palate. Well structured even tannins are balanced with a fine acidity and rich earthy flavours, producing a very special wine of great complexity and length.

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