96 Points - Erin Larkin
Xanadu Cabernet Sauvignon has established itself as one of Margaret River's most consistent examples. The 2019 Xanadu Estate Cabernet Sauvignon is another generous, full-bodied Margaret River Cabernet.
Full of inky forest fruits and layers of blackcurrant pastilles and dark chocolate on the nose. The combination of the dense fruit characters and supple tannins linger through, delivering a Margaret River Cabernet of the highest quality.
'96 Points. Scintillatingly pure and taut, this is elegant, supple cabernet at its finest. Garden mint and purple fruit dominates; the length of flavour an enduring ripple on a still lake. Brilliant stuff, even more so given the price and its ability to age gracefully. Screw cap. 14% alc. To 2035. $40"- Erin Larkin, Halliday Wine Companion 2022.
John and Eithne Lagan arrived at Margaret River in 1968, first planting their vineyard in 1977. The Lagans planted the first vines in what is now one of the region’s oldest vineyards. Xanadu has a long history of producing wines of distinction, with loads of varietal and regional characteristics.
Today, Xanadu stands among the finest and most consistent Margaret River wineries, with their Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blends among the standouts.
A winner of countless rave reviews and wine show awards, Xanadu achieved one of Australia's highest wine honours, when it was award the 2018 Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy. The winning wine was the 2016 Xanadu Estate Cabernet Sauvignon; as judged the best one or two-year-old dry red wine at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show.
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