Penfolds have pushed forward the release of the Bin 128 believing that it’s an earlier drinking style in comparison to it’s other Bin range siblings.
Almost opaque black crimson colour. Top note of vanilla, mocha and spice, followed by a light earthy end note. There is an elegance on the palate, with flavours of plum, stewed fruit and confectionary evident. Fine dry chalky tannins which run through to the aftertaste. Plum, spice, vanilla and confectionary aftertaste.
Cellar 3-4 years (2010-2011)