2014 Terre a Terre Crayeres Reserve

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2014 Terre a Terre Crayeres Reserve

Wrattonbully, South Austalia, AUSTRALIA
$79.99 Bottle
Minimum 12 bottles
  • Cellar 8 - 10 years (2026-2028)
  • ABV 14.1%
  • Closure: Cork

A blend of 95% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc aged in French oak (73% new) for one year and then in a 5 year old foudre for 6 months. Totally opaque black dark red colour with a dark red hue. Nosing reveals aromas of blackcurrants subtlety intermeshed with notions of black olives, cigar box, dried herbs and spice. Medium bodied with plenty of structure, flavours of blackcurrant are married to subtle liquorice and mulberry characters which overlay a back drop of cigar box, black olives and spicy dried herbs. Tightly knit with sturdy fine grained tannins. Long blackcurrant, mulberry, earthy cigar box, black olive and spicy dried herb aftertaste.
Cellar 8-10 years.
Alc. 14.1%

Other Reviews….
The inaugural release of this cuvee hails from a close-planted vineyard at the top of a north-south limestone ridge in Wrattonbully, resplendent with prized terra-rosa soils. Matured in a combination of new and used French oak, the wine was then racked to a 4000l foudre. A dollop of cabernet franc was added just before bottling. Currants red and black, dried sage, bouquet garni, liquorice and the lift of mint are all there, before a thrust of finely wrought tannins and punchy acidity take over. A parry of fruit reverberates on the compact finish, still gristle and extract. Needs time. Plenty. Drink by 2035.
95 points
Ned Goodwin – James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion