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Wednesday 9 September 2020

Blue Pyrenees Richardson Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Touch of gum leaf, choc-mint-eucalypt, over cassis and blue fruit. It's fragrant, yet seemingly reticent to come forward initially. 

Soft, silken and sensuous is how one might describe the palate. A fair throw of fruit seems to dominant the palate, youthful more than it may initially suggest. Tannin structure is quite coarse, nigh raw, and casting a long shadow across the finish. It's acidic freshness against that rawness will ensure a longevity. 93+ 

Tasted on: Wednesday 22nd July 
Source: Sample
Price: $72
Alcohol: 14.5%
Closure: DIAM

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