The philosophy at Warramunda Estate is simple yet absolute – to produce wines which reflect the love for the land and passion for excellence. The name ‘Warramunda’ – believed to be Aboriginal for ‘tomorrow’ – aligns with thier enduring vision of managing a sustainable, productive vineyard. They produce wines which truly reflect the natural expression of the site and provenance of Coldstream in the Yarra Valley.
Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot
The nose aromas of perfumed violets, cedar, cigar box, and old spice. The palate has dense plum and blackberry notes followed by old spice and perfumed violets which opens up to reveal more subtle nuances of cedar, potpourri and dark chocolate. The depth and complexity of this wine will develop over the next 20 years plus.
The wine celebrates the vineyards 20th anniversary and is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. It is a wine that exudes class and has all the hallmarks to be a remarkable wine over the coming decades. Yarra Valley meets left Bank Bordeaux. The wine is a deep red in the glass, the nose opens with time after initially showing graphite and blackberry before subtle influence of dark chocolate, old leather and oak derived spice. The palate has a firm baseline of tannin and acid that is met in equal measure by drying dark fruits, tobacco and dark chocolate build on the mid palate with expressive blackberry and a weave of spice to finish. A wine worth seeking out. Drink to: 2020 - 2045; Closure: Cork; Price: $55.00; Tasted: August 2020; Alcohol: 14%; Rating: 97 Points; Patrick Eckel; Wine Reviewer
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