Precise ‘line and length’ that lingers on and on with ripe blackcurrants and cherries, liquorice and spicy cedar finish.
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Cabernet Sauvignion is called the king of grapes and at Zonte’s Footstep it is so revered. Arthurian Legend had it that whoever could pull Excalibur from the stone ruled under the Avalon Tree would be king. Our Avalon Tree is a top picnic stock; we even have a round table!
This wine hangs about after you have tasted it for so long it seems almost self defeating, although the tannins call for another sip whilst it’s still in the mouth. Precise ‘line and length’ that lingers on and on with ripe blackcurrants and cherries, liquorice and spicy cedar finish.
|Region :||Fleurieu Peninsula|
|Food Pairing :||Beef, Venison|
|Bottle Size :||750ml|
|Retail Price :||$25.00|
|Bottles in Case :||12|
|Alcohol % :||14.5|
|Bottling Date :||8 August, 2015|
|Aging :||12 Months|
|Sugar :||2.2 g/L|
|Acid :||6.70 g/L|
|Ingredients :||Grapes and sulphur dioxide.|
.Other ingredients used in the winemaking process:
.- Cultivated yeast.
.- yeast nutrients.
.- French and American oak barrels (new and seasoned).
. At the time of bottling this wine contained:
. -102 ppm Total SO2
.- 35 ppm Free SO2
|Oak :||French and American, new and seasoned|
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Platinum Medal/94 points
Critics Challenge 2016
Double Gold Medal
San Francisco International Wine Competition 2016
Gold Medal/95 points
Tastings World Wine Championships 2016
94 points – James Halliday’s Wine Companion 2017, p. 755
“From Langhorne Creek and Blewitt Springs, gold medal Perth Wine Show ’15. A typically rich, open and generous Langhorne Creek style with red and black currant fruits, plus a little spice ex the oak.”
China Wine & Spirits Awards 2015
Gold Medal/90 Points
Tastings World Value Wine Challenge 2015
Perth Royal Wine Show 2015
4 1⁄2 stars – Winestate Magazine, July/August 2016, p. 138
Soft fruit/oak nose with a light savoury edge and an excellent integration of generous sweet fruit and oak flavours with good acidity and grippy tannins. “Well done!”
4 stars – Winestate Magazine, 1st April 2016, p. 118