Brown Brothers Victoria Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

I read the other day in Decanter that cabernet sauvignon may be in decline in Victoria. Were it to be read as a comment on the quality potential of the grape on Victorian soil, I would respectfully disagree.  It would be a great pity were this type of thinking to take root as applicable to a region as climatically large and diverse as Victoria.

Brown Brothers' 2014 Victorian cabernet sauvignon is a workman like example of a cool climate cabernet.  The grapes are sourced from all over Victoria, with Heathcote and the King Valley mentioned.  It is medium bodied with blackcurrant and bramble fruit influences and a touch of backbone.  Acceptable to Good

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Cabernet Sauvignon
August 17, 2016

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