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Inspired by Bin 707, Bin 407 offers varietal definition and approachability, yet still with structure and depth of flavour. Textbook Cabernet Sauvignon, the varietally expressive Bin 407 highlights the rewards of Penfolds multi-region, multi-vineyard blending, with a core of ripe fruit supported by sensitive use of French and American oak.
About the wine
With winemaker Peter Gago at the helm, Australian icon Penfolds has asserted itself as the country’s greatest producer, and has forced many reviewers to admit they are among the very best in the world. It’s stunning given the winery’s vast holdings – and yet each and every wine they make is so finely crafted - from the transcendent Grange (multiple 100pts) to the wallet-friendly Koonunga Hill. Few labels are as sure a bet as Penfolds - but to really get the good stuff, it’s worth stepping up to the Bin Series. Winemaker: Peter Gago
Appellation: South Australia
- 94 pts, James Halliday
Grapes: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Vineyards: Multi-regional blend, South Australia. From Coonawarra, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Wrattonbully and Padthaway.
Cooperage: 12 months in older American hogsheads
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"Absolutely love this wine."
94 pts - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion
From Coonawarra, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Wrattonbully and Padthaway, matured for 12 months in French (25% new) and American (9% new) oak. The transition from tasting shiraz to cabernet is - as it should be- immediate and striking, in no way softened by the use of some American oak along with the French. Cassis, olive (green and black), together with bramble and bay leaf, are as fragrant as they are potent in the mouth. Needs a year or two to settle down.