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2008 Mystery Museum Release Cabernet Merlot

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It's not often that we get aged wine here at Cracka, with most of the vino that passes through the doors here at Cracka fitting into the 'brand-spanking new' category.

But not today! Today, we've raided the cellar of a five-star rated boutique Margaret River winery and come up with a mighty tasty aged delight!

This 2008 Mystery Museum Release Cabernet Merlot comes from a vineyard east of the Margaret River township planted in the late 70s, and is deliberately made for long ageing.

That ageworthiness shows, as back in 2014 Winestate magazine had a bottle submitted to their tastings and it was described as 'in excellent condition' with 'gentle oak and drying tannins'.

Gary Walsh was also a fan, giving this 92 points and James Halliday gave this 91 points.

That mellow, aged Cabernet style is the real appeal here, with a gentle complexity and savoury elegance that makes this glorious food wine purpose-built for a lamb roast.

So the normal RRP for this Cabernet Merlot is $35/bottle, and the gold medal winning current vintage sells for $30+ direct from the winery. But today, you can have this delicious aged Margaret River red at this incredible price!

Winemaker's Notes

Appearance: Medium plum with magenta notes, youthful

Nose: Fresh with good intensity, toast and berry notes, dark chocolate notes

Palate: Smooth and mellow with lovely mouth feel. Nice palate weight with medium to fine tannins and good length. Some berry flavours with hints of chocolate biscuit

Varietal: 63% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc

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2008 Mystery Museum Release Cabernet Merlot

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James Halliday (2008 Vintage) says
Australian Wine Companion
Gary Walsh (2008 Vintage) says
The Wine Front
Huon Hooke (2008 Vintage) says
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