Woods Crampton Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

From a single, “low yielding” twenty five year old vineyard in the Angaston Foothills on the divide between the Barossa Valley and Eden Valleys. 45% new French oak.

Woods Crampton, Cabernet Sauvignon, Barossa, 2016

Syrupy, wet tobacco and cassis, blackcurrant juice with a graphite mineral edge. Darkly concentrated, medium-full palate: cassis dominant, juicy black olive, bittersweet dark chocolate with fine, almost-chewy tannins. Modern, softly muscular and lithe.

RRP: $21
Alc: 14.4%
Rating: 17.75/20
Wine sample courtesy of Fourth Wave Wine

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