2015 Yarra Yering Agincourt Cabernet Malbec


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2015 Yarra Yering Agincourt Cabernet Malbec

Yarra Valley, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
$95.00 Bottle
  • Cellar 8 - 10 years (2026-2028)
  • ABV 14%
  • Closure: Stelvin

Superb colour displaying an impenetrable inky black core with a deep bright dark red black tinged hue. Perfumed top notes of violets intermix with perfectly ripened blackcurrant aromas followed by a hint of dark plum and mulberries, spicy vanillin cedar, lightly scorched earth and dusty tobacco. Medium bodied the palate shows great refinement possessing an abundance of rich blackcurrant fruit that seamlessly integrates with fleshy plum and mulberries over a background of subtle cedary tobacco characters, dried herbs and spicy earth. Elegantly balanced with very finely grained, virtually undiscernible tannins. Has outstanding length and savouriness with a long blackcurrant, subtle plum, mulberry, cedary tobacco, light earth and spicy dried herb aftertaste. Will mature superbly over the next 10 years.
Cellar 8-10 years.
Alc. 14%

Other Reviews….
A brilliant magenta, this verges on opaque; shimmering in the glass. Violet and boysenberry set the senses alight. A lick of bay leaf brings a more savoury tone. The thing with this estate, however; the factor that marks the entire range more than any other; is the impeccable tannin management from the grape skins, pulpy and tongue-staining black, tactile and palpably juicy across the wine; to the oak, nestled as a classy echoing support amidst the cacophonous fruit and herbal follow through. Drink by 2032.
98 points
Ned Goodwin – James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion