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“Harvested from our oldest organically farmed blocks, this wine displays the quiet dignity of Voyager Estate coupled with the elegant personality of the cool 2019 vintage. Gravelly, dusty tannins woven around a powerful but harmonious fruit core.”


Wine Specs
Up to 20 years
Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Nose: Sweet black fruit, chocolate, violet, earthy, cedar Palate: Vibrant, complex, fine tannins, balanced, long length Food match: Slow-cooked lamb shanks or aged hard cheese Oak: Tight grain French oak, 17 months, 50% new Colour: Medium dark red Organic Status: Organically Farmed
0/ 'The tension of tannin and shape is offset by the prettiness of fruit. Comes together in a harmonious display of season, with cassis, raspberry, liquorice, star anise, fennel seeds, tobacco leaf and brine, graphite and charcoal, and some nori' / 96 points, Erin Larkin, Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Vineyard Notes
2018 was another consistent vintage. Excellent budburst across all varieties was followed by a delightfully warm November, perfect for good fruit set. Summer was mild, leading into cool, dry conditions for harvest. Fruit ripened slowly, accumulating intense varietal flavours and bright natural acid, and was harvested under clear skies through March and April.
Production Notes
2016: Pristine fruit and infinite drinkability characterise our Cabernets from the 2016 vintage. This is a medium bodied wine with great structure, complexity and depth of flavour, helped along by a near perfect growing season and an exceptional autumnal harvest period. Displaying dark berry fruit character, the gravelly, earthy notes so intrinsic to our region and excellent oak integration with hints of cocoa and cedar, the wine's balance, even at this early stage bode well for a long, elegant future. Drink now - 2036 2015: A challenging growing season providing low yields and consistently warm temperatures leading to early tannin ripeness. The result is a wine of great structure, complexity and depth of flavour, yet also displaying elegance and balance. Complex aromas of black fruits, notes of mocha and dusty oak follow through on the palate with a core of vibrant sweet black fruits, graphite nuances, hints of cocoa and cedar. Will reward cellaring up to 20 years. 2014: A complex bouquet of dark berry fruits with hints of violets, cocoa and cedar. The palate displays a core of vibrant sweet black and red berry fruit with earthy gravelly nuances contributing a nice savoury element to the wine. Hints of cedar and chocolate add further complexity and texture with great length and balance, supported by fine-grained tannins and seamlessly integrated French oak. Drink now to 2034. 2013: Lifted briary aromas with hints of spice, dark chocolate and black berry fruits. The palate displays sweet dark berry fruit with earthy gravelly notes. Hints of cedar and bay leaf add a nice savoury element to the wine. The wine is rich and complex with great length and balance supported by fine grained tannins and seamlessly integrated French oak. Drink now to 2028. 2012: Still incredibly youthful, with a complex bouquet of redcurrants, raspberries, red liquorice, dark chocolate, hints of spice, cigar box, sawdust and smokiness. On the palate juicy blueberry and black cherry fruits notes intertwine with more evolved raisiny notes, delicate spice notes of cloves, cacao, even juniper. Fine, silky tannins, well integrated oak, great acidity and balance complete a package that still has many years of drinking enjoyment. Drink now to 2027. 2011: The warm growing season provided ideal conditions to craft a rich, complex Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot. Currently sitting in a superb drinking window, with juicy, sweet dark berry fruit notes still in prime position and just a hint of what’s to come as the wine softens into earthy, chocolatey maturity. Thewine's richness, complexity and elegant, chalky tannins are best exposed by decanting. 2010: From a near perfect growing season, this is a complex and beautifully balanced wine displaying lifted dark berry fruit, earthy tones, dark chocolate and bay leaf. Fine, layered tannins, seamlessly integrated French oak and extraordinary length complete the package which will only improve with age. Drink now to 2030. 2009: Using one of our highest ever percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon in the blend has created a structural, rich, yet balanced wine with exceptional length and longevity. Dark cassis and mulberry fruits, savoury dark chocolate, bayleaf and soft spice notes, fine grained tannins and seamlessly integrated toasty oak. Drink now to 2029. 2008: Ripe, soft dark berry fruit, black olives and characteristic Margaret River bay leaf notes dominate in this low yielding, warm season wine. A wine of great fruit complexity, now nicely softening into secondary character, with ripe, chunky tannins and a savoury, toasty oak influence. Drink now to 2023. 2007: The warm, dry 2007 vintage produced a rich, ripe concentrated and structural wine which has now developed into softness, complexity and maturity. Deep garnet colour, well-developed fruit character of dried raisins, braised prunes and mulberry compote, pure dark chocolate, charry notes and a gravelly, earthy minerality combine to display a complex and beguiling nose which follows through on the palate. The texture is weighty and mouth-coating without feeling heavy, tannins are soft and velvety. Enjoy in the near future. Drink now to 2025 2005: One of our most Bordeaux-like Cabernets, this is a layered, complex wine displaying lovely dark fruits in the blackberry spectrum, savoury bayleaf character and hints of chocolate, balanced by finely integrated French oak. The soft, chalky tannins encourage drinking now, but will reward those who can cellar a little longer.

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