Leeuwin Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon 12pk 2014

Leeuwin Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon 12pk 2014

Leeuwin Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon 12pk 2014
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Winery Details

    *Available NSW*

    Leeuwin Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon - Langton's 'Outstanding' Classification (VII 2018)

    Few stories can be told about modern Australian wine without mentioning the amazing rise of Margaret River, and Leeuwin Estate as a pioneer. Founded by Denis and Tricia Horgan in 1979, it is the star estate of Margaret River’s southern area; with a particular pedigree in its famed Chardonnay, but also relatively recent acclaim for Cabernet and Shiraz.

Press Review

    Leeuwin Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Very deep red/purple colour. The bouquet is all about concentrated, perfectly-ripened cabernet fruit embellished with stylish oak. Cedar and berries. The wine is very intense and cast in an elegant but full-bodied style, with red berry fruit in abundance on the palate. The tannins are emphatic but fine and restrained, beautifully tailored. A lovely wine indeed - to cellar or enjoy now.

    Rating: 96 Points

    Source: Huon Hooke


    Leeuwin Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Another good Art Series cabernet. Indeed its quality is reliably high nowadays.

    Silken mouthfeel. Good fruit power. Ultra-fine tannin and impressive length. It’s not a big or burly cabernet but it impresses from the outset, and for all the right reasons. It’s creamy, chocolatey, curranty and varietal, its more herbal side tucked neatly within. Pure cabernet.

    Rating: 93+ Points

    Source: Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front


    Leeuwin Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

    Reticent. Firmly structured. Southern Margaret River across its verdant veins. Lathered in classy oak (23 months’ ageing in all), this needs time to liberate itself from its structural carapace. The intensity, however, cannot be denied. Cassis, dried sage, plum and a herbal potpourri mingle within. The sappy length and emerging layers with time in the glass, all bode for a bright future ahead.

    Rating: 93 Points

    Source: Ned Goodwin MW, James Halliday Wine Companion 2019