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Deep Woods 'Ebony' Margaret River Cabernet Shiraz 2017

$20.00
Held within a svelte medium to full body is a surprisingly generous amount of fruit flavour where bright currants mix with rich and concentrated hits of Damson Plum. An elegantly bound with structure and refined tannin, this is the fun side of Margaret River Cabernet Shiraz, serious yet playful.

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Deep Woods 'Ebony' Margaret River Cabernet Shiraz
Wine Specs
Variety
Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz
Region
Margaret River, WA
Vintage
2017
Winery
Deep Woods
Winemaker
Julian Langworthy
Body
Full
Sweetness
Dry
Drinking Window
Now - 2026
Bling
Gold Medal – 2019 Royal Adelaide Wine Show, Trophy, 2 x Gold Medals
Alcohol %
14.5
Closure
Screwcap
Size
750 mL
Biodynamic
No
From humble beginnings in 1987 Deep Woods Estate has grown to become one of Western Australia’s Shinning lights. Flying under the Fogarty Wine Group flag since 2005 and under the watchful eye of Jimmy Watson winner and James Halliday 2019 Winemaker of the Year Julian Langworth since 2011, the 32 Hectare Deep Woods Estate has built its reputation on creating stunning Margaret River wines with a focus on Cabernet, Chardonnay and Shiraz. No one trick pony they also produce remarkable Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and are now the biggest producer of Rose in Western Australia.
Margaret River, WA

Region

Margaret River, WA

In terms of production, the Margaret River is a small player in the Australian wine world. ...
In terms of production, the Margaret River is a small player in the Australian wine world. Under 5% of Aussie wine comes from here, but over 20% of it is premium stuff. We're happy to see David beat Goliath in the award show if we keep getting those dry, fruity whites and supple reds. Go west, young man, and taste! History Much of the regions success dates back to the late 1800's when Italian immigrants Albert Credaro, Jimmy Meleri and Domenic Garuccio planted vines to make some of the good old table wines from the Old Country. Some learned gents took a punt on commercial production in the late 1960's, with the recommendation of the very learned Dr. ... Read Full Article
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Margaret River, WA
Margaret River, WA

In terms of production, the Margaret River is a small player in the Australian wine world. Under 5% of Aussie wine comes from here, but over 20% of it is premium stuff. We're happy to see David beat Goliath in the award show if we keep getting those dry, fruity whites and supple reds. Go west, young man, and taste!

History

Much of the regions success dates back to the late 1800's when Italian immigrants Albert Credaro, Jimmy Meleri and Domenic Garuccio planted vines to make some of the good old table wines from the Old Country. Some learned gents took a punt on commercial production in the late 1960's, with the recommendation of the very learned Dr. John Gladstone in mind. The Doc pointed out the Margaret River region cool climate would give growers a fine yield of fruit to work with. Too right he was!

Visiting

Today the area attracts millions of visitors, with the wine being the bog drawcard to a stunning landscape of remarkable biodiversity and pristine coastline.


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