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Lindemans Padthaway Cabernet Merlot

Cracka Review

Colour: Rich plum with crimson hues.

Nose: Soft blackberry aromas combine with strawberry and cherry notes, with subtle oak spice in the background.

Palate: Medium bodied and soft, generous blackberry and cassis flavours combine with cherry and strawberry tones. The finish is elegant and rich with a stylish vanillin, spiced element. Ideal with beef, lamb and pork.

Winemaker's Notes

Colour: Rich plum with crimson hues.

Nose: Soft blackberry aromas combine with strawberry and cherry notes, with subtle oak spice in the background.

Palate: Medium bodied and soft, generous blackberry and cassis flavours combine with cherry and strawberry tones. The finish is elegant and rich with a stylish vanillin, spiced element. Ideal with beef, lamb and pork.

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Lindemans Padthaway Cabernet Merlot

Expert Reviews

Peter Forrestal (2005 Vintage) says
This is a typical quaffing red wine from the Murray-Darling: light- to medium-bodied, bright, fresh, clean and fruity, very soft and gulpable, silky smooth with the gentlest grip.
Quaff 2007 2006
James Halliday (2002 Vintage) says
Australian Wine Companion 2005 2004
84
James Halliday (1998 Vintage) says
Medium red-purple; the bouquet is soft yet quite solid, with dark berry, vanilla and chocolate aromas. The palate has good fruit weight and extract, with soft yet persistent tannins. The flavours are in the dark berry, chocolate and mint spectrum, all making for easy drinking.
Australian Wine Companion 2001 2001
87
James Halliday (1996 Vintage) says
Medium purple-red; the bouquet is clean, of moderate to foil intensity, with very pleasant sweet mulberry/berry aromas and no green edges. A substantial wine on the palate, with red and dark berry fruit flavours and tannins which run through its length.
Australian Wine Companion 2000 1999
88
James Halliday (1995 Vintage) says
Dark purple-red; a ripe and concentrated bouquet with dark juicy berry aromas and relatively subtle oak. The palate is impressively ripe and concentrated, although the fruit does tail away ever so slightly on the finish, and the oak becomes a little more assertive.
Australian Wine Companion 1998 1997
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