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2014 Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon
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- Cellar 8 - 10 years (2024-2026)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Inspired by the Bin 707, the Bin 407 was created in 1990. It’s a multi regional blend sourced from Wrattonbully, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Coonawarra and Clare Valley with maturation taking place in a combination of French oak (24% new) and American oak hogsheads (10% new) for a period of 13 months.
Excellent colour displaying a totally opaque midnight black core with a deep dark red black hue. The nose throws up aromas of blackcurrant intermixed with black olive followed by some liquorice, tobacco, bay leaf and spicy cedar characters. Medium to full bodied with a firm well structured mouthfeel and excellent richness the palate features generous, perfectly ripe blackcurrant flavours infused with liquorice over some earthy tobacco, black olive and spicy cedar nuances. Excellent concentration with a robust tannin structure providing the framework along with some grip. Classic firm, dry Cabernet finish with a long aftertaste of blackcurrant, liquorice, spicy tobacco, bay leaf and cedar.
Cellar 8-10 years.
A multi-regional blend first made in '90, the Limestone Coast regions having an important role, the oak likewise a mix of new and used French and American. It's first and foremost Penfolds, second cabernet sauvignon, and there's no point in moaning about the price, which is made to seem frugal by that of Bin 707. In the scheme of things, it will travel easily thanks to the balance of fruit, oak and tannins. Drink by 2039.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion