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2014 West Cape Howe Hannah’s Hill Cabernet Merlot
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2021-2022)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Stelvin
A superb vintage for the Great Southern region of Western Australia, the 2014 Hannah’s Hill was produced from 93% Frankland Cabernet Sauvignon and 7% Mount Barker Merlot with maturation taking place in a mixture of new and older French oak for a period of 15 months.
West Cape Howe continues their run of producing the country's best value Cabernets.
Opaque black dark red colour with a deep dark red hue. Elevated aromatics of blackcurrant and mulberry laced with cedary tobacco nuances blossom from the glass with following spicy dried herb notes. The medium bodied palate is blessed with perfectly ripened blackcurrant and mulberry fruit trailed by cedary tobacco characters, dried herb infusions and bay leaf with a spicy finish. Solidly built but fine grained tannins provide some grip and give the wine an excellent structural profile. Excellent depth with a long conclusion of spicy blackcurrant, mulberries, cedary tobacco characters, dried herbs and bay leaf. Fantastic richness, structure and length for its price.
Cellar 5-6 years.
This has the bearing of a $40+ wine, not a $20+ wine. It has great colour, and all the power and tightly wound fruit of Frankland River cabernet. Whether you look to Bordeaux or Margaret River for style references, this comes up trumps, the blackcurrant fruit held in a perfect basket of French oak and firm tannins. Exceptional bargain. Drink by 2039.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion