Margaret River, South West Australia

Cape Mentelle

Margaret River Shiraz 2010

Deep crimson in colour. Noticeable oak and spice on nose. Medium to full bodied. Red and black fruits on palate- plum and blueberry notes sadly dominated by the Oak. As mentioned in other posts I believe Margaret River is much better suited to Cabernet and blends rather than Shiraz - no better exemplified than the 2 offerings from this well performed winery - Cape Mentelle. — 12 days ago

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Cape Mentelle

Margaret River Cabernet Merlot 2015

Paid $21 on special. Usually $45 ?
Really good.
— 7 days ago

Leeuwin Estate

Siblings Margaret River Shiraz 2017

Ok whaaaaaat?!? This is a Shiraz? It’s...downright elegant! The nose is like a warm summer sunset of pluots and just ripe berries a hint of spices, good aroma that matches with a luscious mouthfeel delicate tannins and a juicy, stony finish. Would crush the shit out of this. — 21 days ago

Moss Wood

Ribbon Vale Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2009

Consistent notes to 189 weeks ago. Moss Wood from Margaret River - this is their 2nd ranked cuvée from a good vintage. — 2 days ago

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Cape Mentelle

Trinders Vineyard Cabernet Merlot 2017

Nice and light, almost like a pinot but full bodied flavor. I like it. — 11 hours ago

Knotting Hill Estate Vineyard

Reef Knot Late Harvest 2015

Slightly sweet but good balance, enjoyed this a lot. — 6 days ago

Devil's Lair

The Hidden Cave Chardonnay 2019

Crisp CH, not overall Oakes. Stone fruit notes and citrus finish — 14 days ago

Ring • Bolt

Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Nose: Complex, dark berries, licorice, oak, mint.
Taste: Smooth fruit, oak, fine tannins
Delicious
— 10 days ago

Woodlands

Emily Merlot Blend 2010

To clarify the Delectable description this is actually Cabernet Franc dominant. This is Woodlands take on a Right Bank blend being 47% Cabernet Franc, 39% Merlot; 11% Malbec; 2% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Petit Verdot. Aromas of Black Currant, vanilla Oak, some violet, Capsicum Mulberry and steeped black Tea. Medium bodied - black currant and medium minus black tea tannins. Medium intensity. An honest effort and reasonable QPR at about $40. Drink last one later this year. — a month ago

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Wise Wine

Frankland River Shiraz 2018

Best $12 wine I’ve had. Nice plum and vanilla oak taste. Will definitely add to the regular list. — 7 days ago