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Bremerton Walter's Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (Langhorne Creek)

Bremerton Walter's Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (Langhorne Creek)

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The 2014 vintage release of Bremerton's Walter's Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is a powerful yet elegant wine. It is showing gorgeous varietal notes of blackberry, bramble and earth, complemented by subtle influences of chocolate and savoury nuances. The wine is supported by a fine, defining, elegant tannin structure with spice and complexity from the careful use of new French oak. Walter's Reserve is very secretive as it takes its time to reveal itself, a powerful wine that will not only evolve in the glass but will reward you with patience in the cellar.

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Wine Specifications

Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon

Size: 750mL

Region: Langhorne Creek

ABV: 14.9%

Vintage: 2014

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Winery & Vintage Info

Walter's Reserve Cabernet is a selection of the vintages best barrel's by Bremerton Winemaker Rebecca Willson. The 2014 vintage was aged 2 years in barrel, and two years in bottle before being offered for our enjoyment. It has great tannin structure and depth with an excellent potential with careful cellaring. It will evolve and open up cellaring 6-10+ years. Pair this Cabernet with red meat, game dishes or even a delicious cheese plate.

"Walter was actually our grandfather's name, and secretly it’s safe to say that Walters Cabernet is a bit of a family favourite. It’s kind of like having a favourite child – you’re not really meant to do it.

Part of our reserved range, it’s a wine that really reflects our amazing ability to grow cabernet sauvignon in this region. We are really spoilt in that we have so many parcels to look at each vintage. This wine is a selection of the best barrels, so it is a seamless wine with the most amazing length. Really fine tannins give this a concentration that makes it a tightly wound wine when it is young – which means that we do recommend it for cellaring. We age it for two years in the barrel and another two years in the bottle. So it is four years of age by the time we release, but there is easily ten years plus cellaring potential on this wine. We’ve made every vintage of this wine, bar one, since 1988 – so we really do have a long history. And while it is a big wine it is still very elegant – quite brooding with a complex structure that takes some time to reveal itself." Rebecca & Lucy Willson

Reviews
"Best-barrel selection of Cabernet Sauvignon from Bremerton. All French oak.
Bold, almost baled fruit flavours with drifts of herbs and toasty oak spices. There’s a firmness to the tannin and plenty of heft, if not a lot of subtlety. I generally enjoy Walter’s Cabernet but this one feels a little awkward; it could just be in a stage. The volume and the tannin suggests that it will have plenty to say in the future."
92 Points - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front, June 2019, Drink : 2020 - 2028+

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