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Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

97 PT TYSON STELZER WINE COMPANION & 97 PT HUON HOOKE THE REAL REVIEW 

Don't Pay $800.00 EACH
$ 699.00 /bottle by the straight dozen
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Single bottle price $700.99
Customer reviews
Why to buy:
  • 98 Point Rated Ken Gargett World Of Fine Wine Magazine

  • 97 Point Rated Tyson Stelzer Halliday Wine Companion 

  • 97 Point Rated Huon Hooke The Real Review 

  • 96 Point Rated Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front 

Specifications:
Vintage: 2019
Source/Region:

Coonawarra, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, South Australia

Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon
Cellaring: Drink now or cellar until 2050
Bottle Top: Foil over cork
Alcohol Content: 14.50
Standard Drinks: 8.60
Rating: 98
Tasting Notes:

Squid ink blackness. A brooding dark amalgam of black pudding, sweetbreads and marrow. Confirmed: no mention of (ferric) haemoglobin. Promise. A brisk swirl of the glass reveals scents of nori, oyster/blackbean sauce and iodine. A concession of varietal alignment – cabernet florals, blackcurrant and black mulberry. Complexingly, a suggestion of beurre noisette sauce – avec sage. Detection of a 100% new oak footprint? Maybe, if you really try … swamped by an overload of background ‘aromatic noise’? Expansive. Even. Expressive. Engaging. Enigmatic. Svelte tannins. Please explain – a compacted felt texture (dense/firm/softened/malleable). Be warned – senses led astray – ambushed by tannins, seduced by generosity and power, waylaid by luxurious fruits and balance. Innocence lost. Oak, as per nose, completely ingested. Flavours - where to start? Above descriptors on nose, convey to palate. Organoleptically as one. Implores secured time in bottle – for so many reasons. No. 1 – heightened hedonistic drinking enjoyment over time.

Technical:

The South-East growing districts of South Australia enjoyed above-average winter rainfall, while McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley recorded well below-average. September temperatures were cool with little rainfall resulting in some isolated frost events. Summer was generally hot, with high temperatures delaying veraison. The Barossa Valley experienced 31 days of temperatures exceeding 35°C, while Coonawarra experienced 20 days of temperature greater than 35°C during the months December to March. Irrigation was crucial to keep vines in good health. The proximity of the Southern Ocean played an important role in moderating temperatures in Coonawarra and Padthaway, allowing for a high-quality harvest, albeit with smaller yields than average. Although yields were smaller, the quality was outstanding with cabernet sauvignon displaying excellent colours, firm tannin profiles and intense flavours.

Accolades & Awards:

98 Point Rated-   Ken Gargett - World Of Fine Wine Magazine
“Classic blackcurrant mulberry aromas with roasted chestnut, graphite notes. Ample, yet elemental and multi-layered with plentiful pure blackcurrant mulberry fruits, fine persistent grainy/ muscular tannins, superb mid-palate richness and underlying mocha roasted chestnut notes. Finishes brambly firm with plenty of cedarwood cassis notes. A sturdy Bin 707 with beautiful fruit definition and tannin vigour. Claret lovers rejoice.” 


97 Point Rated - Tyson Stelzer Halliday Wine Companion
McLaren Vale, Coonawarra, Barossa Valley and Padthaway fruit. Matured 18 months in 100% new American oak hogsheads. Such a bold statement of new American oak seems somehow old-fashioned in this day and age of Australian cabernet, and yet there is a comfortable assurance about the irrefutable Bin 707 model, promising that the woodwork will find its place with sufficient patience. The purity and precision of cassis and blackcurrant fruit on display is something to behold. In inimitable Bin 707 form, new American oak rises to the auspicious occasion, propelling and uplifting to mighty effect and monumental tannin impact. Fruit and oak sit apart for now, but each in their rightful place, and, as ever, promise great things indeed in a very long time to come. Line and length of the highest order confirm it will go the distance without the slightest doubt.


97 Point Rated - Huon Hooke The Real Review
Very deep red/purple colour which stains the glass. The bouquet is a riot of mocha, the melted dark chocolate and espresso coffee notes clearly identifiable, together with concentrated, super-ripe blackberry, blackcurrant and cassis cabernet identity which soars above the oak and other factors. Rum and raisin chocolate. Masses of softly drying tannins coat the tongue, but it's the richness of flavour that dominates all else. Tremendous length, broad and slightly chewy. It finishes with a huge crescendo. An amazing wine. (McLaren Vale, Coonawarra, Barossa Valley, Padthaway. 18 months in 100% new American oak hogsheads)


97 Point Rated – Andrew Caillard MW
Deep crimson. Classic blackcurrant mulberry aromas with roasted chestnut, graphite notes. Ample, yet elemental and multi-layered with plentiful pure blackcurrant mulberry fruits, fine persistent grainy/ muscular tannins, superb mid-palate richness and underlying mocha roasted chestnut notes. Finishes brambly firm with plenty of cedarwood cassis notes. A sturdy Bin 707 with beautiful fruit definition and tannin vigour. Claret lovers rejoice!


96 Point Rated - Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front
Cabernet sauvignon from McLaren Vale, Coonawarra, Barossa Valley and Padthaway. 18 months in 100% new American oak. I love a bold black grape, a wine of dusty plains. This is cabernet sauvignon writ large though of course it’s also sweet and bold and dramatic. Bay leaves, dust, cedarwood, blackcurrant, mint and no doubt more. A big swerve of tannin brings the fruit along with it. How long have you got? This will kick on for just about ever. What a beauty, what a beast.



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