Hardys HRB Bin D670 Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
HRB stands for ‘Heritage Reserve Bin’ and is attached by Hardys to wines made by blending components from mature vineyards around the country to which its winemakers have access. This multi-regional, multi-vineyard approach yields wines of exceptional quality although it runs counter to Old World-derived notions of ‘terroir’ and individual ‘distinguished sites’ as sources of the finest wines. There is room for both approaches. The makeup of this Cabernet varies from year to year but typically includes grapes from vineyards in Western Australia (Margaret River and Great Southern)and South Australia (Coonawarra).
In any six $33.11
Each $35.99
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Cellaring:
Cellar up to 10 years.
Foods:
Braised Ribs and Mushroom sauce
Nose:
Intense deep garnet core in colour with soft crimson red rim. The lifted aromas of cassis, mint, bay leaf and black olive are complemented by well integrated French oak and hints of cinnamon spice.
Palate:
The palate is rounded and rich, with primary fruit in abundance, lots of sweet fruit with flavours of mint, rich blackcurrant, dark fruit and chocolate wrapped into very fine integrated oak, fine silky tannins balanced with freshness and weight of primary fruits.
Varietal Composition:
Cabernet Sauvignon