This is “two from two” in terms of the quality of Mitchell Harris Wines’ new red releases (see my review of their shiraz here). Cabernet sauvignon is suited, I think, to the Pyrenees and this is a very good example of why. From the Peerick vineyard in the Moonambel hills, the wine is matured for 18 months in 20% new French oak. It has aromatics of spearmint, mint slice, blackcurrant and eucalyptus. The palate has good length on the finish with an appealing structure and balance. A big tick from me.
Rating: Very Good
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