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The Brief
Net Volume
Cellar to
Light Dark
Wine Scale 5
How's it taste?
Lovely color, nice hints of chocolate, cigar box, tomato leaves on the nose. Great mouthfeel with notes of dark caramel, black plums and spice. Lengthy finish and good ageing potential.
How was it made?
‘Bos’ Latin for Bull. As cattle graziers in the Coonawarra since 1906, the bull has been part of the Reschke family heritage for over 100 years. Now focused on producing the perfect Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon, a commitment to quality has evolved, with vines hand pruned and managed to produce very low yields. This has ensured the berries harvested are rich in flavour and character. Softness and elegance of this wine have been enhanced by maturation in small French oak casks. This rich and fruit-driven parcel of hand-selected Cabernet fruit presents hints of pepper spice on the fore with flavours of blackberry and cherry. The wine provides a full-bodied structure, silky tannins, and excellent varietal characteristics – for that lasting impression.
Critic Reviews
Expert Review
Expert Review
95 Points
Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
Wonderfully styled and engaging, showing dark fruit richness with dried herb, smoked game and cocoa characters on the nose. The powerfully expressed palate offers excellent weight and persistency, combined with silky texture and fine-grained tannins, finishing lingering and delectable.
Expert Review
Expert Review
93 Points
Angus Hughson - Winepilot.com
"This wine is looking good considering its age with colour still quite youthful; and just starting to show some development on the rim. It is a big version of Coonawarra full of ripe cassis and blackcurrant fruits well supported by sweet, coconut oak. That rich oak continues on the palate and dominates the sweet fruit a little while also providing chewy tannins. It’s a solid, chunky red well suited to fans of the wines from the Barossa or McLaren Vale."
Wine Collective Tasting Panel
Internal Review
Internal Review
95 Points
Jeremy Grieve
The nose jumps right out at you with rich dark fruit characters, which continue in the big, brooding and inky pallet, with notes of plum and a touch of caramel. This is a serious wine with immense depth.
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