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Mclean's Farm Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
  • From the late, great Bob McLean
  • Made in a soft, easy-drinking but serious style
  • Luscious and rich with loads of expression

Mclean's Farm Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 x12

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Bob McLean was one of those characters of the wine industry whose legacy leaves a mark as large as his personality and generosity. Once chief of St Hallett, Bob's passion for the Barossa came through loud and clear in every one of his wines. This is a classic, and well worth collecting.

Wine Region

BAROSSA VALLEY

Drink Until

2019

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

14.0%

Foods

Beef and vegetables in red wine sauce.

Oak

Matured in French and American oak barrels for 12 months.

Colour

Intense, deep red ruby with purple hues..

Nose

Intense aromas of cassis and dark berry fruit with fragrant spicy hints of smoky, cedary oak.

Palate

Lifted Cabernet Sauvignon flavours carry over with cedar, briar and concentrated dark berry fruit on the mid palate. Firm with a good fine grained silky finish. Excellent length and persistence.

Background

Bob McLean was a firm believer in the the Barossa Valley, and in its ability to produce a variety of styles. He personally could not understand why it was not a focus of more major producers!

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