Producer's Tasting Notes
Colour: Dense red, with a dark core.
Nose: The unravelling begins - immediately laden with black olive and rolled cigar-leaf cabernet appeasements.
Then allowing the florals to soar - violet, drying and hanging lavender and baby’s breath (Gypsophila to be precise!).
Accompanied by bursts of white sea spray (41% McLaren Vale?) and formic (hint of barrel ferment?), iodine/haemoglobin.
Beneath the elution throughout - roasted meats/rendered fat in tandem with cinnamon bar/Dijon mustard seed.
Palate: Certainly the sum of its parts...
McLaren Vale ➝ front palate plushness, and again, sea spray.
Coonawarra ➝ terra rossa red-dustiness, earth.
Barossa Valley ➝ a solid core, and a drive that stridently lunges to the back-palate, enhanced by a regional donation of chocolate/cigar.
The berried/plum compôte (with nutmeg and custard) flavours of this Bin 707 are difficult to regionally affix. Yet no more so than its oak (100% new!) is difficult to acknowledge.
A mid-palate richness clasps onto graphite and layers of discrete regional cabernet tannins ... that time will no doubt morph. In every sense, ‘well-connected"
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