2003 Greenock Creek - Cabernet Sauvignon Roennfeldt Road 750ml

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Wine Advocate | Rating: 95

The 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon Roennfeldt Road is a saturated purple color. Exceptionally fragrant, it reveals an aromatic array of smoke, Asian spices, violets, and assorted black fruits. Sweet, concentrated, long, and tightly wound, it will require 6-8 years of additional cellaring.

Drink Dates: 2015-2015
Author: Jay Miller
Issue: 186

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Established in 1978, Greenock Creek is a tiny "boutique" Barossa winery with a production level of only 2,500 cases per year, owned by Michael and Annabel Waugh. Greenock Creek produces Shiraz, Grenache and Cabernet with grapes from two prime growing regions in the heart of the Barossa Valley: Seppeltsfield and Marananga. Michael Waugh makes 100% Shiraz, Grenache and Cabernet; each wine is created with fruit from a particular vineyard block. Yields are low, ridiculously so in the case of the Roennfeldt Road Shiraz and Cabernet blocks, where half a ton an acre is typical from the 60-year-old vines.

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