Dawson Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Dawson Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Dawson Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

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This wine boasts an elegant and vibrant bouquet, showcasing ripe blackcurrant fruit flavours with notes of savoury black olive, bay leaf and dried herbs.

Case of Six Bottles

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Categories: , , Brand: Dawson Wines Margaret RiverDawson Wines
Dawson Wines is a 21-hectare vineyard set on a picturesque 80-hectare property in the Margaret River wine region of Western Australia. The vineyard was initially planted in 1999 with the renowned Haughton’s Cabernet Sauvignon clone, in addition to Shiraz, Merlot, Chardonnay and Semillon vines. They follow and fully support sustainable viticulture; they believe their programs to support soil health will in turn support vine health and result in balanced, robust, flavourful wines. They are enrolled in the Entwine viticultural system programme. The property is nestled 9 km south of Geographe Bay, 6 km east of the Indian Ocean and 68 km north of the Southern Ocean. This maritime influence affects their property because of their proximity to Geographe Bay and the Indian Ocean, leading to cooling night temperatures. And their northern aspect leads to warmer day temperatures.

Description

Tasting notes

If you’re looking for a wine to impress friends or family, look no further: Dawson Wines 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon is the perfect fit.

This wine boasts an elegant and vibrant bouquet, showcasing ripe blackcurrant fruit flavours with notes of savoury black olive, bay leaf and dried herbs. It’s perfect on its own or as a complement to meaty dishes like a grilled ribeye steak or braised lamb shanks.

You can enjoy Dawson Wines 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon in its youth or cellared for 5-7 years.

Product Specifications

Brand name: Dawson Wines
Region: Margaret River
Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon
Winemaker: Liz Dawson
Current Vintage: 2014
Cellaring: 5-7 years