I like this small producer from the Yarra Valley and think their cabernet can be a good Bordeaux cru bourgeois substitute. I’ve previously tasted this vintage of their cabernet and thought it was marred by a “spritziness” that I found rather detracted from the wine. This problem persisted with more than a couple of bottles, and so I wondered whether it was a fault – perhaps re-fermentation in the bottle. For the non-spritzy bottles, expect an aroma of black fruits and quite appealing oak, and a pleasant palate and 84 points. The spritzy ones, I’m afraid, score in the 70s.