- 97 points Andrew Caillard MW
- Dried herbs, tobacco, mint, rosemary and thyme
- A complex red with a long clean finish
Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 x6
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13 months in French oak (24% new) and American oak hogshead (10% new, 27% 1-y.o., 39% 2-y.o.)
Varietally correct, with all the right ingredients' - dried herbs, tobacco, mint, rosemary and thyme. Familial aromas of cold roasted lamb, dark olive and pulpy tomato attest to regional and varietal parentage. Oak? Just.
An olive savouriness sitting over a powdery coffee-ground base are the first two flavourtextural descriptors that register. Then, blackcurrant, mulberry, boysenberry fruits complemented by a tomato puree sweetness. The friendly mix of trans-Atlantic oaks is handled very well (34% new). Finishes clean and long, courted throughout by compliant Cabernet tannins.
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