$ 40.00 AUD
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The Cabernet Sauvignon was sourced from a selection of parcels from Block 1A and Block 5 of from our estate vineyard.Once the grapes have been identified to be of optimum maturation and flavour ripeness, the parcels are brought into the winery where they are destemmed and crushed into the open top fermenters. Manual pump overs are conducted twice daily to provide extraction of colour, flavour and tannin. Towards the end of fermentation, the wine is drained and then pressed to a combination of 58% new French and American oak barrels for 20 months maturation. Careful barrel selection takes place before the wine is blended. The wine is neither fined,nor filtered.
Region - Barossa Valley
Type - Red
Year - 2019
Winery - Hemera Estate
Grape - Cabernet Sauvignon
Volume - Standard - 750ml
Colour:Concentrated purple-black core with ruby rim.Aroma:Perfumed varietal Cabernet aromas of blackcurrant, black olive and cassis with further layers of choc mint and rare roast lamb. Subtle oak spice appears with further swirling of the glass.Palate:Fleshy mid palate of black plum, black cherry, Black forest cake, cocoa and raspberry liquorice are framed with dusty, mouth-coating tannins. Fresh red apple skin acidity creates focus and direction.Drink now with Korean BBQ or cellar over the next 10-15 years
For the Cellar, Captivating and Complex, Juicy and Fruity, Smooth and Seductive
Cherries, Dark Berries, Plum, Red Berries
Chocolate, Earth, Florals, Herbals, Meaty, Oak, Spices
A red grape variety that is responsible for the most expensive wines on the planet...some fetching over $100, 000 per bottle!!! It is also the worlds most popular style of wine and produces age worthy and concentrated expressions that show notes of potpourri, cassis, black cherry, blackberry, mulberry, raspberry, leafy herbals, green pepper, baking spices, charcoal, graphite and cedar. Most famous for the first growth wines from the Left Bank in Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon is often used as a primary variety for red blends designed to last decades and is a must have style for any serious collector.