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Penfolds Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon
2011
92
1
$149.90
Ranked #6 of 15 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon from Barossa Valley
89/100
3.5 Stars
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Huon Hooke

Deep red colour with purple tints. Strong cabernet leafy and blackcurrant aromas, fresh and bright. The palate shows some overt acidity as well as quite assertive tannins. A slightly straightforward wine with bold flavour and substantial grip.
Tasted: 19/02/2014
Drink: 2014 to 2031

91.5 Points Robert Parker

Aged in 50% new oak of which 30% is French, the very deep purple-black colored 2011 Bin 407 Cabernet Sauvignon presents pure, pronounced cassis aromas wed to underlying Mediterranean herb, cedar, pencil lead and menthol notes. Medium-bodied and taut in the mouth, with just enough expressive fruit to meet the firm, grainy tannins and lively acid, it finishes with good length. 2,715 bottles were made. Drink it 2014 to 2021+.
Source: Robert Parker (eRobertParker.com) by Lisa Perrotti-Brown. January, 2014

92 Points James Halliday

Benefiting in no small part from relegation of fruit otherwise destined for Bin 707 and 169, this is a varietally accurate style of black and redcurrant fruit, capsicum and dried herbs. It's tangy, crunchy, lively, fragrant and earthy, finishing edgy with firm tannins and green capsicum notes. Drink to 2026.
Source: James Halliday. January, 2014

92 Points James Halliday

An edgy 407, a lesser release for this label, albeit a good result for a tough season, benefiting from some Bin 169 relegation. The bouquet leads out with well-defined leaf, blackcurrant, redcurrant and capsicum fruit with notes of dried herbs, both fragrant and earthy. The palate is true to the season, tangy, crunchy and lively in acid presence, with a savoury core of leaf and green capsicum, and fine tannins leaving the finish a little firm, though the tannins are ripe and balanced. A blend of McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Robe and Coonawarra, matured in 30% new French oak and 70% American oak (20% new). Penfolds reports that it has trouble keeping up with demand in all markets, hence a price rise from $75 to $80 this year. Available 6 March 2014. Drink 2021 - 2026.
Source: James Halliday.

92 Points Tyson Stelzer

An edgy 407, a lesser release for this label, albeit a good result for a tough season, benefiting from some Bin 169 relegation. The bouquet leads out with well-defined leaf, blackcurrant, redcurrant and capsicum fruit with notes of dried herbs, both fragrant and earthy. The palate is true to the season, tangy, crunchy and lively in acid presence, with a savoury core of leaf and green capsicum, and fine tannins leaving the finish a little firm, though the tannins are ripe and balanced. A blend of McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, Robe and Coonawarra, matured in 30% new French oak and 70% American oak (20% new). Penfolds reports that it has trouble keeping up with demand in all markets, hence a price rise from $75 to $80 this year. Available 6 March 2014. Drink 2021 - 2026.
Source: Tyson Stelzer.

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