Rymill Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

Rymill is a reliable producer from the Coonawarra region, with one of those lovely tree lined entrances that I always fall for.  Their 2006 cabernet sauvignon has an aroma of licorice and chocolate.  On the palate, expect medium acidity, medium length and acidity, gentle tannins and blackcurrant flavours.  But most of all expect balance, a wine to enjoy with food and the prospect that this wine will age gracefully.  Enjoyable drinking.  (Abv: 13.5%, Rating: Good to Very Good, Tasted: July 2011)

July 10, 2011

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