Violets and a slightly gamey mustiness, as well as the brick-red color, show a wine that aged gracefully. There is still black fruit but it does not overwhelm the more delicate floral flavors. This is a nice example of Margaret River wine, an Australian Cabernet more like Bordeaux than Napa.

WHO: Cape Clairault
WHAT: Cabernet Sauvignon
WHERE: South West Australia
WHEN: 1996
HOW MUCH: Unknown

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