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Ringbolt Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2019


There’s a handful of producers that are must-trys in the region if you haven’t already jumped on the bandwagon. Pennfolds of course is the biggest name with Vasse Felix, Leeuwin and today’s feature: Ringbolt all making exceptional wines year in and year out. Those all make great wines both red and white with the exception of Ringbolt — standout winemaker, Heather Fraser only makes Cabernet off a few choice vineyards.

With minerally rich gravelly loam soils and windy conditions, the wines retain acidity beautifully down here. Throw in a high winter rainfall and pristine, robust sea breezes to cool the precious fruit and you have wonderful conditions for growing superior Cabernet Sauvignon. Complex and layered, combining earth and fruit, these wines consistently overdeliver while the wine world continues to miss out on these brilliant classics.

Par for the course with Ringbolt, their Margaret River Cabernet has been rated 92 points by Wine Spectator, making it the eighth year in the row it’s been met by a 90+ point review. They highlighted the wines, “richness and complexity” as well as the “appealingly plush, velvety tannins” that make this wine such a no-brainer for Cabernet fans.

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92 Points, Wine Spectator
Offers a concentrated mix of ripe berry and plum flavors, with black licorice, thick espresso, star anise and dark chocolate flavors that add richness and complexity. Notes of eucalyptus and fresh loam linger on the finish, with appealingly plush, velvety tannins and succulent richness.

91 Points, Wine Enthusiast
This Margaret River Cab walks on the riper, richer end of the spectrum. It opens with dark cherries, currants, earthy, savory herbs and spice, and a briny note at the back, all nestled in quite a bit of oak. Chunky, chalky tannins dominate on the palate, although there’s a good lick of acidity, too. It lacks the balance of elegance and power that many MR Cabs achieve, but it nevertheless is a satisfying and affordable option for big red fans, and a hearty companion to a slab of protein.


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