Jamiesons Run Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Cabernet Sauvignon Limestone Coast South Australia
Originally a sheep station dating back to the 1800s, the fertile soils around Jamiesons Run now yield some of Australia's most treasured wines. A generously flavoured Cabernet Sauvignon with good depth of flavour and long finely textured finish.
Available by the case dozen only
Case of 12
The Jamiesons Run vineyards are endowed with outcrops of red soil that sit above a hard layer of limestone, unique terrains which encourage the development of intense characters in the fruit. Cabernet is harvested from low yielding vines up to thirty years of age. Single wire trellising and cooler conditions ensure the grapes maintain good varietal character and exceptional depth of flavour. Following the crush, fruit is treated to a gentle, controlled vinification and twice daily pumpovers in a combination of rotary and static fermenters to extract the rich Cabernet flavours. Following completion the wine is matured eleven months under a selection of French and American oak prior to assemblage and filtration. Alcohol 14.0%
Deep garnet red. Warm ripe lifted aromas of mulberry, cherry jam, choc-mint and mocha with a hint of light tobacco and fine cedary oak. Well defined lifted aromas. Medium bodied, finely structured palate showing good regional dark mulberry, cherry and black currant leaf. Good fruit flavours over layers of dark fruit cake, choc-mint and mocha oak. Fine slightly dusty savoury tannins blend together to contribute to the soft velvety textured palate. Soft and supple on release, to be enjoyed now alongside all good food.
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