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2016 Penny’s Hill Edwards Road Cabernet Sauvignon
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2023-2024)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Adjacent to the Edwards Road boundary of the Penny’s Hill property sits 5 acres of cabernet vines which were planted in 1993. This slightly elevated vineyard has narrow planted rows which produce low yields of concentrated fruit. Maturation took place in French oak, 35% new with the remaining 1-3 year old, for a period of 16 months.
A rich structured McLaren Vale cabernet that shows plenty of style and substance
Superb colour displaying an impenetrable inky black core and a very deep dark red black tinged hue. Intense ripe blackcurrant and liquorice aromas intermix with cigar box, tobacco, hints of black olive and spicy dried herb notes. Rich, opulently textured fruit drapes the palate sitting proudly over a back drop of cigar box, liquorice, dried herbs, black olive, subtle scorched earth and spice. Generous chewy mouthfeel with robust tannins firming up the back palate, giving it some grip. Outstanding power and concentration with a long spicy ripe blackcurrant, liquorice, cigar box, earthy tobacco, black olive and dried herb aftertaste. Winner of Champion Cabernet Sauvignon at the New Zealand International Wine Show.
Cellar 5-6 years.
Open-fermented, matured for 16 months in French oak. Deep crimson-purple; a medium to full-bodied cabernet replete with blackcurrant, black olive and oak spice; the long palate has a tattoo of fine cabernet tannins, the balance good, as is the varietal character. Drink by 2036.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion