2016 Brand & Son's Bakers Run Cabernet Sauvignon

2016 Brand & Son's Bakers Run Cabernet Sauvignon

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RRP: $25.00 per bottle20% OFF

$19.99

(buy 6 or more)

$20.99 per single bottle
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4 payments of $5.25 with More info
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Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
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Expert Reviews

93 Points - Sam Kim - Wine OrbitThis is attractively fruited and inviting on the nose showing cassis, dark plum, thyme and warm spice aromas, followed by a wonderfully weighted palate that’s finely textured and persistent. It’s classically expressed with lovely ripe fruit flavours and elegant complexity.

Tech stuff

Cabernet Sauvignon
Brand Group
Coonawarra
2016
750ml
14%
Cellar to 2030
Screw Cap

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Lifted aroma of raspberry and dark plum, overlaid with spice and hint of mocha. Palate: Ripe mulberry and plum fruits, mid-weight and flavour filled with fine tannins holding together a lengthy finish.

How was it made?

Machine picked, the fruit was fermented on skins and pumped over twice daily to ensure maximum extraction of colour and flavour. Once dry the wine was pressed and pumped to new and used oak barrels to complete malo-lactic fermentation. On completion of malo-lactic fermentation the wine was racked off lees and then transferred back to oak for 18 months of final barrel maturation Oak used was a mixture of new (25%) & second shave fine grained French and American barrels. 

Who made it?

The Brand family legacy dates back to 1852, stretching over six generations. Today, Brand & Sons is owned and managed by fourth generation vigneron Sam Brand, producing boutique wine using high quality products from select vineyard sites across South Australia.

Coonawarra is renowned as one of the world’s finest wine regions with a reputation for producing some of Australia’s best red wines, especially Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.

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