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Rothbury Winemakers Selection Mudgee Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
  • Refined, elegant Mudgee Cabernet
  • Spiced blackcurrant and dark berry flavours
  • Collectable, traditional rustic style of dry red

Rothbury Winemakers Selection Mudgee Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 x12

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In classic Mudgee style, this elegant, noble Cabernet offers flavours of intense blackcurrant and red berries with hints of spice and dried herbs. It's refined and savoury in texture, making it an excellent food wine and a great cellaring prospect, with potential to develop nicely in the bottle through to 2022.

Wine Region

MUDGEE

Drink Until

2022

Varieties

Cabernet Sauvignon

Alcohol

13.0%

Foods

Great with pasta dishes and pizza.

Oak

Matured in old oak.

Colour

Deep purple red.

Nose

Lifted cassis, spice and dried herb characters.

Palate

Rich, velvety fruit, grainy tannins, elegant, refined and flavoursome.

Background

The Winemaker Series celebrates the winemakers who have made this winery the outstanding producer that it is today. This release features David Lowe, one of New South Wales' most talented (and charismatic!) winemakers. Based in Mudgee, David has a love for the region that helps him create some of the finest wines that clearly reflect their regional origins.

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