Noon 'Reserve' Cabernet Sauvignon

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Een bijzonder diepe kleur met slechts het begin van evolutie aan de rand. De geur bulkt van rijpe bramen met ontwikkelende toetsen van ceder en specerijen. De smaak is ongelooflijk diep en vol rijp fruit, in toom gehouden door voldoende zuren.
Inhoud 750 ml
Alcohol 15,0 %
Domein Noon
Regio Langhorne Creek
Land Australia
Netto wijn Nee
Vegan Nee
Bio Nee
Type Rode Wijnen
Jaar 2014
Sluiting KURK
Blend 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
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    Parker
    Noon's 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve offers plenty of mint (some might call it eucalypt) on the nose but also layers of super ripe cassis fruit and subtle cedary notes. It's full-bodied without being overblown, showing hallmark Cabernet restraint despite the ample richness and weight. The tannins leave a plush, velvety impression on the palate, giving a savory edge and a degree of elegance to the lingering finish.
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    Winemaker's Notes
    Grapes for the Noon Reserve Cabernet have been sourced from the same vineyard (the 1.2 hectare Fruit Trees block in Langhorne Creek owned by the Borrett family) since the first Reserve Cabernet in 1996. Earlier bottlings of this wine; 1993, 1987 and 1986 (when Drew�s father David was the winemaker) were labelled simply as Noon�s Cabernet.



    We love making and drinking Cabernet, the international benchmark for red wines. The Fruit Trees block is on a deep alluvial soil, with enough clay to retain good moisture and in a site cool enough to ensure slow ripening and high flavour development in the grapes. Noon Reserve Cabernet is a riper style than many, displaying blackberry fruit and full body. We are not afraid of high ripeness levels in pursuit of flavour and the wine should always be complex and well structured for cellaring.



    The back label on bottles of the Noon Reserve Cabernet typically recommends cellaring for a 5 to 10 year + time frame but this is conservative as recent tastings of earlier vintages has demonstrated. Of all of our wines, the Cabernet generally benefits the most from extended cellaring.



    For further information on cellaring, individual vintages and how they are currently drinking please click on the �Tasting Notes� button. Consistent with the other wines in our range, the Cabernet typically goes through a dull period around the 4 to 7 year mark when it is somewhere between youth and maturity.



    Note that there was no 2001, 2008, 2010, 2011 or 2013 Reserve Cabernet produced due to seasonal conditions.

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