2018 Rolf Binder MVV Cabernet Sauvignon

2018 Rolf Binder MVV Cabernet Sauvignon

Antoine Huray

"A powerful Cabernet, dark intense fruit and lovely balance"

Antoine Huray

Johan Axlund

"Dark plum and cherry fruits and lots of it. Good amount of oak, great value."

Johan Axlund

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Antoine Huray

"A powerful Cabernet, dark intense fruit and lovely balance"

Antoine Huray

Johan Axlund

"Dark plum and cherry fruits and lots of it. Good amount of oak, great value."

Johan Axlund

RRP: $25.00 per bottle32% OFF

$16.99

(buy 6 or more)

$17.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $4.50 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
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The first ever Cabernet Sauvignon under Rolf Binder's legendary MVV range, this full-flavoured red is so typically Barossa Cab - so oceans of dark berries, some dark chocolate and then a grippy finish.

Rolf's particular gift is making red wines with generous hearts - the sort of wines that you know everyone will naturally gravitate towards, with this enveloping roundness of fruit that is so very inviting.

Expert Reviews

94 Points - Sam Kim - Wine OrbitThis is filled with gorgeous dark fruit flavours with vanilla, anise, tobacco and cedar notes. The wine offers terrific fruit power backed by silky texture and fine grainy tannins, making it sturdy and structured. Beautifully composed and flavoursome. At its best: now to 2028. AU$25.00.

Tech stuff

Cabernet Sauvignon
Rolf Binder Wines
Barossa Valley
2018
750ml
14%
Cellar to 2025
Screw Cap

Light

Full

How's it taste?

Aromas of black currants with hints of capsicum and the hallmark varietal herbaceous notes. The wine is juicy and rich on the palate with full, ripe flavours of blackberry, cassis, cedar and integrated noak. This is a well structured Cabernet Sauvignon that can be enjoyed while young or in future years with cellaring.

How was it made?

The fruit for this Cabernet Sauvignon was sourced from Binder Estate vineyards in the sub regions of Marananga, Vine Vale and Eden Valley, showcasing the diversity of the Barossa terroir.

Who made it?

Second generation Barossa winemaker Rolf Binder, who is famous for crafting seriously luscious red, classic Barossan red wines. It seems Rolf's popularity is widespread with his fans including none other than Robert Parker, who describes Rolf's wines as 'never excessively oaked (and) possess(ing) extraordinary ripe, concentrated fruit'.

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