2015 Elderton Ode to Lorraine Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz Merlot - Last Stocks

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2015 Elderton Ode to Lorraine Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz Merlot - Last Stocks

Barossa Valley, South Australia, AUSTRALIA
$44.99 Bottle
  • Cellar 6 - 8 years (2025-2027)
  • ABV 14.9%
  • Closure: Stelvin

A blend of 58% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37% Shiraz and 5% Merlot. Totally opaque black dark red core with a dark red black tinged hue. Elevated blackcurrant aromas intermix with some blackberry and liquorice over a back drop of vanillin cedar, light tobacco and spice. Rich and plush the medium to full bodied palate is caressed with ripe blackcurrant, blackberry and liquorice fruit underpinned by vanillin cedar, traces of earth and spice. Refined supplely textured tannins. Excellent length with a long rich and fleshy aftertaste.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Alc. 14.9%

Other Reviews….
A select barrel blend of each of the estate's Nurioopta-planted varieties, partially fermented in concrete and barrel with the addition of a judicious smattering of pressings, this is a complex jigsaw. Thankfully delicious given the effort, cabernet's voice rises uber alles with its potpourri of herbal berry notes and sagacious tannins, compressing the warm climate hedonism of the other parties into a nourishing whole. A rich phalanx of fruit and glossy structural attributes. Drink by 2037.
96 points
Ned Goodwin – James Halliday’s Wine Companion