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1992 Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon
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- ABV 13.4%
- Closure: Cork
Notes sourced from Southcorp Wines.
Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon.
Oak Maturation: Matured in new American oak barrels for 16 months.
Wine Analysis: Alc/Vol 13.4%. Acidity 6.9 grams per litre. pH 3.46
Show Awards: TROPHY Wine Press Club of NSW Trophy Sydney, 1995 GOLD Class 8 Sydney 1995.
Winemaker John Duval's Comments: A record of outstanding quality and continued success in national and overseas wine shows has reinforced Bin 707's position as the international benchmark for Australian Cabernet Sauvginon. As one of the most intense and flavoursome Cabernets made in Australia, it requires medium to long term cellaring to realise its full potential. The 1992 vintage maintains the Bin 707 style which is made from a multi-district blend. Cabernet Sauvignon from Coonawarra contributes strength and firmness of structure while the portion from Padthaway and the more temperate Barossa adds mouthfilling richness. The 1992 Bin 707 Cabernet is almost black in colour, due to the tremendous depth of dark cherry red hues. It has a rich bouquet of ripe berry fruit and vanillin oak with mocca coffee-like Cabernet and cassis characters. Barrel fermentation has produced very well-integrated oak that combines and lifts the fruit, resulting in an opulent, harmonious aroma. This magnificent, full bodied wine is rich and flavoursome with concentrated, sweet Cabernet fruit, complementary oak and great palate length. Despite the intensity and richness, the wine has a softness now which tends to deceptively mask some of the wine's enormity and power. Firm, but soft tannins complete the structure.
Clearly the firm structure and depth of flavour signify that this wine has the ability to develop with correct cellaring for many years. Recognised as one of Australia's classic wines, it is the Grange of Australian Cabernet Sauvignon.