2014 Tah­bilk Eric Stevens Pur­brick Caber­net Sau­vi­gnon

Wine­maker: Alis­ter Pur­brick

Halliday - - Cabernet Sauvignon -

Vel­vety smooth with de­li­cious plum fruits, dis­tinc­tive eu­ca­lypt notes and liquorice un­der­tones are framed by classy French oak char­ac­ters and fine tan­nins. A wine true to its her­itage.

How do you ap­proach the wine­mak­ing

for this caber­net? The caber­net is sourced from 28 hectares of Es­tate plant­ings, the old­est dat­ing back to 1949. Fer­men­ta­tion takes place in 155-year-old vats, fol­lowed by mat­u­ra­tion in French oak. The wines have con­sis­tently shown rich­ness and are con­sid­ered by many ex­perts to be the best Es­tate red for long-term cel­lar­ing.

How is this wine best served?

It pairs won­der­fully with lamb dishes – try it with spiced yo­ghurt lamb cut­lets, slow-cooked harissa lamb shoul­der with spicy chick­peas, lemon and oregano braised lamb shanks or roasted rose­mary and gar­lic lamb shoul­der.

$72, tah­bilk.com.au @tah­bilk­win­ery


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