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2001 Shiraz Cabernet BAN

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Contact Details

Location
4145 Caves Road
Wilyabrup
Western Australia 6280

Postal Address
PO BOX 784
Cowaramup
Western Australia 6284

telephone  +61 8 9755 6245

email    info@gralyn.com.au

ABN      67 005 622 573
Licence    618 002 5551

Grape Variety

Cabernet Sauvignon 74% Shiraz 26%

Technical Data

Alc/vol
13.7%
pH
3.45
TA
6.6 gL
Closure
Screw Cap
Bottle
750mL
RRP
$120.00
$120.00
$120.00 per bottle
$108.00 per bottle
10% discount on straight or mixed dozens
Qty

Cabernet Shiraz

2009

Winemaker's Tasting Notes

A limited release full-bodied dry red wine vintaged from Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz grapes. Dense dark crimson in colour with blackcurrant, violets, cedar and spice on the bouquet. The palate is rich and well balanced with a core of sweet berry fruit and fine savoury tannins supporting a long, persistent finish. This is Australia's most famous blend, and a terrific example of the style.

Comments

Restrained red fruit notes. Sandalwood notes. Soft berry fruit and good weight on the palate. Good persistent length.
Judge, International Wine Challenge, London 2011
Dense dark fruit displays stacks of plums and blackcurrant character on the nose with a little savoury edge to it. The palate is seamless and tightly woven into a beautifully intense coil of fruit concentration. Deep sweet fruit in the middle palate extends to a dry savoury finish. Excellent wine from these two varieties. 95/100
Ray Jordan, The West Australian Wine Guide 2013
A robust, juicy style, with plenty of cassis/ plum/ black olive varietal fruit and a good backbone of cedary/ tobacco oak. Starting to evolve but needs lots more time yet.
Winestate Magazine, July/August 2013

Awards

Silver medal, International Wine Challenge, 2011

Peak Drinking

2015-2026

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