2019 Deep Woods Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

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I kind of prefer, for the most part, the Cabernets from 2019 over 2018, as they seem a bit more ‘minerally’ and serious.Dark chocolate, peppermint tea, violet and black fruit, bay leaf, some spice and pencil oak. It’s dense and tight in gravelly tannin, a boysenberry crunch to acidity, tea and tobacco, plenty of purple and black fruit, and a tannic finish sporting crisp acidity, plenty of tannin, and excellent length. 94+ Points
Gary Walsh - The Wine Front
The Brief
Alcohol
14.0%
Net Volume
750ml
Vintage
2019
Cellar to
2030
Light Dark
Wine Scale 4
Why's this wine for you?
"This year’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon release is as always, an epic expression of Margaret River Cabernet. It is a wine for the cellar if you can wait, effortless in every way, a cassis flavoured dream.”Julian Langworthy, Chief WinemakerThose are some lofty words from Julian, but who can blame him? Winner of multiple gold medals and trophies, this really is the pinnacle of premium Australian red wine from a truly sublime vintage.
How's it taste?
This wine exhibits aromas of cassis and dried herbs with hints of spice. The palate displays flavours of summer plums and dark berries with notes of sweet spice and dark chocolate from the use of both new and seasoned French oak. It is medium-bodied with fine, elegant tannin and persistent length.
How was it made?
Representing the pinnacle of the Deep Woods house-style, this Cabernet Sauvignon was crafted from the ultra-low yielding, original vines on the estate, along with fruit from the Abbey Vale vineyard, also in the Yallingup Hills.

The ferments were assessed daily and pump-overs performed as required to gently extract colour, flavour and tannin. The wine was gently passed directly to a combination of new and seasoned French barriques, where it matured in oak for approximately 18 months.
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94 Points
Gary Walsh - The Wine Front
I kind of prefer, for the most part, the Cabernets from 2019 over 2018, as they seem a bit more ‘minerally’ and serious.Dark chocolate, peppermint tea, violet and black fruit, bay leaf, some spice and pencil oak. It’s dense and tight in gravelly tannin, a boysenberry crunch to acidity, tea and tobacco, plenty of purple and black fruit, and a tannic finish sporting crisp acidity, plenty of tannin, and excellent length. 94+ Points
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