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Rarely has Aussie Cab graced these pages over the past year, but the deep purple, full-throttle plushness of the 2014 Xanadu Exmoor made it an outlier. We locked them in and expect a huge score to drop at any moment! Get some before they disappear!
About the wine
Established in 1977 by Irishman Dr John Lagan, Xanadu became the pioneer winery of the Margaret River region. Seeing the potential in this area, Lagan and Xanadu were influential in bringing attention to this, now, highly sought out Australian region. Literature lovers may recognize the name of the wine as Samuel Coleridge's idyllic and exotic city that was home to Kubla Khan.
Known for their production of Cabernet Sauvignon, Xanadu grabbed the attention of lovers of this varietal, furthering the wineries success internationally. This 2014 vintage lives up to the philosophy of producing high quality and distinctive wines that Xanadu is known for. This Cab Sauv is full bodied with balanced tannins and bright flavours - it is a refined red at an excellent value.
Winemaker: Glen Goodall
Appellation:Margaret River, Australia
- 90 pts, James Halliday
- 4.0/5.0, Vivino Users
Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon (91%), Malbec (5%), Petit Verdot (4%)
Cooperage: 12 Months French Oak
4.0 ★ Vivino Users
"Another amazing cab sav from Xanadu, this is the second one from them I've thoroughly enjoyed." - Crazy Y.
90 pts, James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion
"Crushed and destemmed, 20% of the components given pre-fermentation cold soak for 5-7 days, fermented in static and rotary fermenters, 30% macerated on skins post-fermentation for 28 days, matured for 14 months in French oak (20% new). When you read the background to the wine and look at the price you wonder what the catch is. Well, to a limited degree, there is one: the fruit is not as rich or compelling as that or its two more expensive siblings, but it's still right up there in value for money, and should be on every meat-focused restaurant wine list."