Wrattonbully, Limestone Coast

Yalumba

The Cigar Menzies Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Really good. Smooth big but not sweet. Katonah rec — 5 days ago

Majella

The Malleea Cabernet-Shiraz Blend 1999

Quite possibly the oldest cab/ Shiraz blend from Australia- I have ever drank. Still after 21 years have to say tannins and fruits still doing their job. Needed a little aeration but the bottle was emptied.  — a month ago

Wynns Coonawarra Estate

Black Label Coonawarra Shiraz 2015

Smooth with minimal spicy after drink, good smell and nice for everyone — 2 months ago

Jip Jip Rocks

Limestone Coast Shiraz 2019

Delicious. Smooth, fruity, would definitely buy again — a month ago

Jip Jip Rocks

Padthaway Shiraz 2016

This is meaty smokey and bold. Packs a punch too. Cheers. — 2 months ago

Ted, Vanessa and 10 others liked this

Jacob's Creek/Orlando

Double Barrel Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Irish whiskey barrel aging. Quite nice — 10 months ago

Bowen Estate

Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2004

Typical Bowen Estate still showing lovely black current fruit and sweet dusty Coonawarra tannin. Not the greatest vintage of Bowen with only modest length of palate but still lovely Saturday evening drinking. — 3 months ago

Penley Estate

Phoenix Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Good friendly balanced and medium bodied. Good value — a month ago

Wynns Coonawarra Estate

Black Label Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2009

Also previous note of 16 weeks ago. Very dark Ruby in colour. Minty, Dark Chocolate, Liquorice and Blackcurrant. Similar on the medium to full bodied palate. Wynns Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon has been a staple of the Australian red wine scene since the first vintage in 1954. This 2009 is the 54th vintage and the currently available 2019 is the 64th vintage. Amazing value for between $30 and $40 depending on the outlet. I paid $29 for this 2009. Drinking window from HH is 2017 - 2036 so this has a long way to go for my last 2 bottles. Next in a few years. — 2 months ago

Andrew, Tom and 17 others liked this

Penfolds

Bin 128 Coonawarra Shiraz 2014

I tried submitting a tasting note 2 days ago and Delectable didn’t accept it and it then disappeared. The thing I recall the most about this wine was that it tasted more warm climate like Bin 28 and Barossa than Bin 128 and cool climate from Coonawarra. More red and black fruits than the expected spice and pepper. This is the first of 4 and very early in its life. Recalling the 2 x 1998s of Bin 128 I’ve had in the last 18 months like 90% of Penfolds Cuvées Bin 128 is built to cellar. — 3 months ago

Ron, Andrew and 24 others liked this