Coonawarra mint together with blackberry aromas. Cabernet tannins with a touch of bitterness - quite firm even though medium weight - tasting way younger than 13 years. The Wynns Black Label Cabernets have amazing longevity from their extensive resources of premium Coonawarra Cabernet fruit. One of the best value Cabs in the district The current vintage (2019) can be sourced for around $30. This 2009 will last until well into the 2030s. — 8 days ago
Have you grabbed your $60 wine subscription sampler from Wine Selectors yet?
This pack includes 12 mini bottles of Aussie wine. Head to the blog to read all about it: travellingcorkscrew.com.au/blog/wine-subscription-sampler/
This Leconfield 2020 Cab Sauv came in the sample pack I was sent and it went down a treat! Definitely a nice taster.
In the glass it’s a juicy plum red colour. On the nose it’s rather earthy/forest like alongside having notes of blackberries, and vanilla oak. On the palate it’s fruity and fresh with plentiful black cherries and berry flavours. Nice full flavour without being overpowering. Balanced and delish!
All opinions are my own. Drink what you enjoy! — 2 months ago
Jip Jip Rocks is a hip hip hooray wine. Cherry, plum and blackberries give this a warm, deep flavour with a some spice and smooth tannin. It is a deep ruby red that offers aromas of fruits, vanilla and a little hint of old fashioned boot polish (if that doesn't sound mad or pretentious). — 2 months ago
Coonawara cabs are better than you think. And that’s all I have to say about that. — 18 days ago
Slightly to aged. Still fruitiness. But on the earthy side. — a month ago
Pretty fabulous. — a month ago
Really good. — 16 days ago
A tasting note for Camins 2 Dream Syrah from John Sebastiano Vineyard. Because I couldn’t find where else to log it. Limestone soil. Kirsch. 30% whole cluster. Juicy red cherry. Strawberry cotton candy. Vibrant color. Lifted acid tone. Tingly on the palate. — 9 days ago
@Delectablewine This is RPWC’s Romance Chardonnay. Made from the first vintage of new plantings at Domaine de la Cote. In the Sandhi style. Light in color. Intensely lemon/lime, wet limestone, sea air. Assertive acid, especially up front, but balanced with a nice creamy roundness. — a month ago