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Night Harvest ‘John George' Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Night Harvest ‘John George' Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

This expresses the wonderful perfume and elegance that Margaret River cabernet is all about. There is some serious winemaking here and perfect handling of new oak, to enhance rather than dominate.

Suggested Food Match

Turkey and Fennel Crumble; Lamb Rogan Josh; Roast Veal; other suggestions...

Availability
Out of stock
Bottle
£25.00
Case of 12
£300.00
Product Code
AU15201
Product Type
Red Wine
Origin
Western Australia
Style
Medium Bodied
Dominant Grape
Cabernet Sauvignon
Oak Influence
Light oak flavour
Drink Dates
Now to 2017
Alcohol Level
13.2%
Closure Type
Screwcap






Decanter 1st May 2014

"Highly recommended 4*: Although on the nose it is somewhat closed, the richness hits the palate with great speed. Savoury, almost balsamic notes bring an appetising balance to this stylish red. The finish is clean and fresh with great depth of flavour. - Panel tasting"


The Times 26th Jan 2013

"Wonderful Western Australia red from Margaret River, the prime spot in this state for the cabernet sauvignon grape. It’s been a long wait for the Wine Society to restock Night Harvest’s finest cabernet but at last it’s here. This lush, chunky, crimson-purple red is aged for 18 months in French oak barriques and has a restrained 13.2 per cent alcohol content. I loved its lashings of complex, fat, cassis, cigar and eucalyptus flavours and so will you. Don’t be scared to lay down a screwcapped cabernet such as this. Research indicates that the wines keep as well as in bottles sealed with natural corks. - Jane MacQuitty"


JancisRobinson.com Oct 2012

"16.5/20 Attractive minerally well-balanced fruit. Lovely lift and a slightly salty finish. No rough edges. Surprisingly supple for such a young wine. Very appetising. "


The Wine Gang Oct 2012

"Margaret River inevitably invites comparisons with Bordeaux – the maritime climate, the grape varieties, and, in some cases, the prices – but here’s a wine that really is a match for the best the French have to offer. The purity of black fruit is simply gorgeous here, so fragrant and elegant, and on the palate, with its ripe tannins, there’s a lightness of touch and drinkability that lifts this straight to the top of the class."

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