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  • Paying homage to the best wine made in the Clare - Wendouree's Cabernet Malbec
  • Made using Clare Valley's two best red grapes
  • "Does the Clare Valley proud." - Gary Walsh
 

Tasting Notes
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Colour Dark Red
Nose Lovely restrained nose. Herbal notes of dried oregano and bay leaf. Blue fruits & hints of violet beautifully supported by tones of old leather.
Palate This wine will only improve with age. Continuing from the nose, dried herbs, blue and red fruits. Fantiastic tanins, fine acid and a wonderful length.
Food Pairing Roast beef, lamb.
Cellaring 10-15 Years
Notes This wine is an excellent example of the best reds that Clare Valley can produce.
Variety Cabernet Blend
Body Medium Bodied
Oak Type French Oak
Vintage 2016
Region Clare Valley
Country Australia
Sustainability None
Alcohol 13.4%
Bottle Size 750ml (Bottle)
Closure Stelvin
Clare Valley
Situated in the Mid North of South Australia, approximately 120 km north of Adelaide is one of Australia's oldest wine regions the Clare Valley. The area is broken up into three sub-regions, the Polish Hill River region to the east, the Central Clare Valley, and the Skillogalee Valley to the west.

Often associated with some of Australia's finest Riesling the cool climate and differing terroirs have paved the way for exciting and diverse wines over a plethora of varietals resulting in wines of pure expression and great length. Home to some of Australia's most iconic wineries - cult producers like Wendouree, to Australian icons such as Kilikanoon and boutique producers like Atlas, the Clare Valley is definitely an area to keep an eye on for exciting and ever evolving wines.
95
points
Gary Walsh
Made from the two red grape varieties I think the Clare Valley does best.

I love a wine where it takes me only a couple of seconds to form an opinion. This was love at first sight, or sip. Red and black berries, mint and leaf, a violet perfume, tobacco and all that, but it’s the dense, yet light palate that pulls you in. It’s packed with tannin, feels fine in the acid department, has this inky ferrous thing going on, which is wonderful. Pushes through with red fruits, black tea and super length, cool acidity ringing clear. Grand wine. Does the Clare Valley proud. - 95+
94
points
Ned Goodwin MW
As persuasive as its hip, retro label. Reticent on the nose with violet, anise and menthol scrub; expansive across the palate, laden with bitter chocolate, wine gum and dark fruit tones. The tannins are pulpy and honed nicely without their edge taken off, sashaying the fruit into a nourishing, persistent whole.

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