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  1. Blind Corner Rouge 2019
    Blind Corner Rouge 2019
    Whatever you think this price should get you, this easy, juicy red will raise your expectations. Vivid primariness, high-toned fragrance and seamless texture are the name of the game.

    It's is a blend of Quindalup Shiraz and Cabernet ferments, seasoned with roughly five per cent Merlot from the Estate's young 'Pétrus' clone grafts at Wilyabrup. In the main the fruit was drawn from 20+ year-old vines, all hand-picked, foot-crushed and wild-fermented, then basket-pressed to old oak for a few months before bottling. The Cabernet component includes a percentage of barrels declassified from Blind Corner's posher bottling. PWS
    2019
    Cabernet Blends
    Australia
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  2. Vasse Felix Tom Cullity Cabernet Malbec 2013
    Vasse Felix Tom Cullity Cabernet Malbec 2013

     
    It makes its statement effortlessly, leaving Tom content. JAMES HALLIDAY
    Everything a great wine should be and a new step for Vasse Felix, Margaret River and for Australian Cabernet. NICK STOCK 

    The exciting debut of a new Vasse Felix flagship, the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Malbec Tom Cullity is named for the winery's founder. Unlike the supplanted Heytesbury red, it's made entirely from estate fruit, primarily from the winery's oldest vines. It's a rich, expansive wine yet retains a firm, structured core that should allow it to age gracefully. Mint and bay leaf notes add complexity to the cassis fruit, while flourishes of French oak add vanilla and cedar. JOE CZERWINSKI, erobertparker

    2013
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec
    Australia
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