Umami and tannins, bacon and herbs. Single vineyard may be the rage, but blends let the winemaker play with the whole palette, for your palate.
Great year, great wine, and (for a 2005 Bordeaux) a great bargain.
Opening this bottle was a great experience, from nose to finish – and with dinner, too. There’s a lovely fruit component gained by this wine’s special production technique: the grapes are fermented, then ...
Enjoy this juicy, slightly candied, and well balanced Aussie Cabernet with red meat, from burgers to ribeye.