Credaro 1000 Crowns Margaret River Cabernet

A fine and elegant palate showing flavours of dark cherry, blackcurrant and blue fruits, with good length of flavour, concentration and ripe tannins. Hints of florals and dusty rich oak linger through the finish. A blue fruit richness through the mid palate helps the overall concentration and structure of the wine.
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