Lindemans Winemaker's Release Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon NV 75 cl (Case of 6)

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Lindemans Winemaker's Release Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon NV 75 cl (Case of 6)

Lindemans Winemaker's Release Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon NV 75 cl (Case of 6)

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The Cawarra range is a simple, easy-drinking style of wine, as a great introduction to the Lindemans family. It’s named after the Lindemans family homestead in the Hunter Valley, in New South Wales, and is the aboriginal term for ‘beside running water’. Here you’ll find a couple of dual varietals (that’s a blend of 2 grapes), and 5 wines from a single variety. A gentleman does not use a thousand words when ten good ones will suffice. He uses a thousand words only when reciting verse or quoting a person far less succinct. The aroma is fairly powerful. After pouring, I noticed it from a good foot or so away from the glass. A gentleman is finely tuned to the needs of others. He does not just open doors and hold umbrella; He does everything in his power to make sure all of his guests and companions are as comfortable as he. The fairer ones, he'll concedes, should be slightly more comfortable than he. A gentleman does not tell a lie, except when it is in the best interest of everyone involved. He is skilled at deciphering when. Precisely, those occurrences are; he errs on the side of dishonesty in matters of vanity weight.

The philosophy of the brand is that of Dr Lindeman: the one purpose of wine is to bring happiness to man Loved by wine drinkers around the world, Lindemans has a record of consistent quality achieved by blending the best parcels of fruit from each vintage. It was bottled in June of 2015 and the winemaker recommends drinking this wine “young and fresh” with “braised beef cheeks, mash, broccolini and with red wine au jus.” Lindemans is undoubtedly one of the best known, and most established Australian wine brands in the world and in particular the UK. With Australia leading the field, with over 20% of all wine sales in the UK, Lindemans squeezes in to the number 10 slot on the leader board of top brands, and is the 4th largest Australian brand in terms of sales in the UK. I asked a couple people (who’s palates I trust) to try a fresh bottle I went out and bought. Their comments were not all that favorable either.

Henry Lindeman, a doctor from London, and his wife Eliza, emigrated in 1834, and set up the first Lindemans vineyards in 1843. From its roots in the Hunter Valley, the brand has grown to a massive one, with vineyards and wineries in 3 different parts of Australia. Originally, solely focussed on its Australian roots, over the last 5 years, the Lindemans brand has branched out to South Africa, where it now produces a range of fruity, dual varietal wines. Up close you get more cherry and a good sting of alcohol in the nose. A fresh swirl of the wine in the glass seemed to release more “sting.” Best known for its Bin range, Lindemans Bin 65 became the world’s largest export brand in 1998, and the focus is on bringing fruit-driven styles of wine to wine lovers. The heart of the range is the Bin series, which comprises a range of 9 varietals and sparkling wines, which express the style of Australia’s sunny, fruity, approachable wines, from a widely acclaimed, tropically fruity Chardonnay, through sparkling and Rose wines, to a deeply fruity Cabernet Sauvignon and a spicy Shiraz.

A brand with far more heritage than many, it is popular all over the world. Lindemans stats tell us that if all the bottles consumed worldwide in 1 year were laid end to end, the distance would cover Sydney to London and on to LA. Lindemans is now one of the best known Australian wines in the world, with its focus on fresh flavours, enjoyment, and a rich delivery of fruit and character. A gentleman is well versed in many topics, but he never shows off his expertise. Those familiar with his intellect do not need to be reminded. Those unfamiliar will bear of it in due course. That covers most. A gentleman avoids all topics religious or political, and especially topics that are religiously political (and vice versa). He is an expert at steering conversation away from that kind of thorny terrain.In the glass, Lindemans Cabernet Sauvignon is dark cherry in color and a reasonable amount of light shines through. The wine finishes long with a continuing bitterness and an aftertaste that was difficult to describe. I didn’t like it. Overall Opinion A gentleman can make a perfectly emphatic point without the use of profane language. This is not to say he is not versed in profanity. But he frequently has something better to say. A gentleman never mind or eyes wander during conversation. He is an excellent listener. Proficient at both well-deployed witticisms and engaged silence. He does not interrupt, and has never been successfully interrupted.

A gentleman does not let his taste in clothes speak louder than his taste in company and conversation, though sometimes his company speaks much more loudly than he. There were probably some berries in there, but unfortunately there was also a bitterness that seemed to dominate the wine’s flavor. The Reserve range presents the top levels of the brand, focussed on specific regions, and delivering the most premium quality grapes. Here the winemakers are striven to ensure top quality, true varietal character, which really reflects the style of the grape and the impact of the region in which it is grown. The main wines are an intense, curranty Cabernet, and an elegant, restrained Chardonnay from the cool region of Padthaway, whilst the vineyards in the Limestone Coast area, near Adelaide, produce a rich, plummy Merlot, and a spicy Cabernet Merlot. Lindemans Winemakers Reserve Range, brings fruity deliciousness across a range of wines; created in Australia, this brand has now expanded into Lindemans Discovery, and has gone to South Africa and to Chile to create wines, with similar values, of enjoyment and relaxed lifestyle-drinking, whilst portraying classic grape varieties from those areas, and flavours that are typical from those countries. A Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz from South Africa, and a fruity Chardonnay and Cabernet from Chile, complement the inherent style of the Lindemans range.



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