Art Series Sauvignon Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 Leeuwin Estate

€ 46,95 (ex Vat)
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Classification Cru Classe
Type Red
Brand Leeuwin Estate
Vintage 2019
Country Australia
Region Margaret River
Grape Cabernet Sauvignon
Volume 0,75
Drinkable 2024-2045
Stock 12

Professional reviews

Robert Parker (96)

The 2019 Art Series Cabernet Sauvignon is a child of the season that birthed it. Cooler than both of the great vintages immediately on either side, it shows its mineral, graphite core aromatically. On the palate, the wine shows precision and detail and all manner of things gray/dark brown: star anise, fennel seeds, a hint of arnica, tobacco and bay leaf, cassis and ozone. It's a super, medium-weight wine with gravelly/ductile tannins that splay across the finish. The 2019 vintage is proving its supporters correct in the declaration of its high quality, both as a standalone season and in comparison to the previous and excellent 2018 season. It offers us, the drinkers, a stylistic choice—and it's a win-win situation. Sealed under screw cap.

James Suckling (92)

This cuvee has improved with global warming, promoting better ripening patterns in Margaret River’s southern sector where this address lies. Still, elements of pimento and verdant garden herbs are slotted in amidst aromas of red and blackcurrant, lilac, sage, black olive and thyme. There is much to love about this wine, almost resembling a riper Loire franc. While the astringent gristle should tone with bottle age, I am tasting what’s in front of me. This should age reasonably well, even if rather green as it stands. Drinkable now, but best from 2026. Screw cap.

Jancis Robinson (17.50)

Fragrant nose which quietly unfurls refined fruit across the palate. Long, limber, graphite-fresh tannins and a cool breath of pine and laurel. Dark-red sweetness, dark-blue silkiness. A trace of sooty spice arching into the finish. Exceptionally elegant.

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