Plantagenet Three Lions cabernet merlot
Fragrant and bright brambly berry fruit aromas.
Bold flavours of cassis and black cherry with savoury olive and mocha, finishing with firm silky tannins.
J. Halliday notes
“56% cabernet sauvignon, 40% merlot and 4% cabernet franc, matured in French oak for 9 months. That all reads well, and the wine drinks well. Brambly, forest berry aromas take charge, with some cedary oak and Provencale herb characters in the background. Dense in flavour but not heavy, dark fruit runs through the palate with a measured tug of tannin pulling through the finish.”
Mt. Barker, Great Southern
Rural shire, or region, surrounding the town of Mount Barker, just north of the port of Albany in the south west of Western Australia. Like many local landmarks, it was named by early English settlers who favoured royalist titles.