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2015 Soumah Yarra Valley Cabernet d'Soumah

2015 Soumah Yarra Valley Cabernet d'Soumah

Luncheon Claret style at a lunch-worthy price. Dark and proper varietal, complete with hints of capsicum. Mid weight palate is nicely varietal too, complete with sticky Cabernet tannins. A sweet middle lifts up the slightly sour fruit. Good genuine Yarra Cabernet.
90 points - Andrew Gr...

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DESCRIPTION
  • The d'Soumah range of wines are made with fruit sourced from their own estate and other premium vineyards throughout the Yarra Valley to produce wines of distinct character and finesse that the region has become famous for. As Cabernet Sauvignon is a noble grape and was one of the first varieties to be grown in the Yarra Valley when it was re-established as a wine region in the 1960’s, it seemed fitting for Soumah to create this wine.

  • WINEMAKER'S NOTES

    Bilgavia Estate has been making wine for a number of years, with most of the vineyard's grapes being sold to leading Hunter Valley winemakers. Grapes were grown on the property as far back as the 1820’s.

    TASTING NOTES

    The wine exhibits excellent blackcurrant (cassis) notes that are accompanied by savoury, herbal notes and cedar. The sweet clip of the new oak integrates well with the fleshy fruit while the fine acid creates excellent length. Enjoy with a range of BBQ meats, pasta with ragu sauces, or slow cooked lamb or beef cheeks.

    This wine will elegantly age into the next decade and the soft, yet true, Yarra Valley tannins will diligently come to the fore, creating even further softness, length and elegance.

  • REVIEWS

    Gold Medal
    - Melbourne International Wine Competition
    Silver Medal - International Cool Climate Awards
    Silver Medal - Yarra Valley Wine Show

    'Perfumed and beguiling (it smells fantastic) in some ways; stringy and bitter in others. This will age (very) well over the medium term but is a challenging wine in its youth. It’s the aftertaste that does it in. Black and red currant, green herbs, twigs and olives. It’s silken and fresh but should really sing given a few more years.'
    89 Points - Campbell Mattinson