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Black Wattle Mt Benson Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
  • Outstanding Cabernet rated 95 Halliday points
  • Cool-climate classic - elegant yet intense
  • Well worth collecting

Black Wattle Mt Benson Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 x12

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Product Code: R9713
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1 Silver
3 Bronze
"Exceptional, deep crimson-purple; a high quality example of a wine with a distinguished lineage, to this day lying outside the norm for Mount Benson with the depth and intensity of its cassisblack olive fruit and firm, but integrated, tannins." 95 points, James Halliday Wine Companion, December 2016.

Awards

1 Silver, 3 Bronze

Wine Region

MOUNT BENSON

Drink Until

2035

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Lush Lamb Shanks with Peas and Mash Potatoes.

Oak

New French oak & 2nd use hogs heads

Colour

Very intense, deep, vibrant purple hues.

Nose

Concentrated earthy and herbal notes with upfront blackcurrants, blackberry and mulberry hints, juicy ripe plums combined with integrated fine toasty French oak, a very concentrated and complex bouquet.

Palate

Beautiful concentrated spicy fruit with tobacco cedar notes combined with ripe blackberries. 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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