Juniper Estate Crossing Margaret River Original Red 2020
GOLD MEDAL WINNER & MULTI AWARD WINNING MARGARET RIVER RED BLEND
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- GOLD MEDAL WINNER MELBOURNE ROYAL WINE AWARDS
- MULTI AWARD WINNING MARGARET RIVER RED BLEND
- 91 POINT RATED AND 4 STARS JAMES SUCKLING
- SPECIAL VALUE AND 90 POINT RATED HALLIDAY WINE COMPANION
Brilliant crimson/scarlet in colour. An abundance of red fruits spill from the glass: raspberry, red currant & cherry with a lick of cassis & a red liquorice twist. Oak contributes subtle cedar & vanilla. Medium to full-bodied & silky in the mouth. The palate is driven by bright, juicy red fruits & a hint of dark chocolate. Impeccably balanced acid, discreet oak, glossy tannins & remarkable length make this a compelling proposition
91 Point Rated & 4 Stars jamessuckling.com
A juicy and fruity red with fresh herb, dark chocolate and iron aromas and flavors. Straightforward and delicious. Drink now
90 Point Rated & Special Value Erin Larkin Halliday Wine Companion
Estate fruit, fermented in separate parcels, up to 21 days on skins, matured in French oak (10% new for 14 months). For a little cheapie, this packs a punch. Perfectly Margaret River, uncomplicated in its expression, and coloured by a bevy of bright fruits. Compelling!
Highly Rated - Huon Hooke The Real Review
Deep red-purple, bright colour; there are meaty reductive nuances over berry fruits, while the palate is lean and grippy, with edgy tannins. A pleasant cabernet with some depth and length of flavour, and the price is very sharp.
Melbourne Royal Wine Awards 2022
Perth Royal Wine Awards 2022
Royal Sydney Wine Show 2022
Margaret River Wine Show 2021
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (62.6% - for structure & flavour), Merlot (18.5% - for body & softness). Cabernet Franc (7.8% - for perfume and smoothness), Malbec (7.4% - for colour & richness), & Petit Verdot (3.7% - for spice & boldness). All of the varieties were fermented separately in a mix of open and closed fermenters, ranging from between 8 to 21 days on skins. Further aging in oak in separate batches took place until blending. Aged for a minimum of 12 months in barrel (12% new French).
Margaret River, Western Australia
|Grape Variety:||Cabernet Merlot|
|Cellaring:||Drink now or cellar mid term|
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