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Wine Tasting Note:Woodlands Cabernet-Merlot, 2004, Western Australia.  Add/Read Comments

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Share is offering an opening special with a generous 10% off all orders plus free delivery. This would include this rather classy Cab-Merlot and the 'also worth buying' Shepherd's Hut Shiraz sampled a few days ago that retails for a rather good £11.

Wine Tasting Note: Woodlands Cabernet Merlot, 2004, Margaret River, Western Australia.
Travelling Grapes £13.
Silverside of beef cooked in a red wine gravy and topped with golden shortcrust pastry - a posh way of saying a meat pie. But it's a decent meat pie; requiring little bar a decent red for a glorious meal. Stroll on in Woodlands with their medley of lush blackberries and redcurrant acidity. Woodlands is a small 10 hectare property in Western Australia. Family run the estate produces small quantities of wine that only reach the UK via the endeavours of such importers such as Travelling Grapes. Fine powdery tannins finish the brambly whole with a flourish of juicy, red currant and rosehip acidity.
Scribblings Rating - 92/100

A blend of 68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Merlot, 14% Malbec. Would be nice if they had these details on the label...

Woodlands Cabernet Merlot

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