Passing Clouds `The Angel` Cabernet Blend 2010 (12 x 750mL), Bendigo, VIC.

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The Angel has been held in high esteem for over 20 years and has, in that time, gained a loyal following. Each year at blending time the top few barrels of Cabernet from the Graeme's blend get put aside and earn about 18 months of barrel time. These meticulously cared for wines are then bottled as "The Angel" to join the ranks of Passing Cloud's best cellaring wines.

VIC - Other Victorian

Expert Reviews

A soft and dark-fruited wine, tightly wound at the core, offering a fleshy palate of black fruits and gravelly tannins; unevolved and looking to stand the test of time with aplomb. Rating 91 - Ben Edwards, Wine Companion (FEB/2012)

Winery Tasting Notes


Concentrated, pure red currant and Mulberry fruit armoas with a touch of aniseed and spice follow on to the well balanced palate which shows attractive primary fruit with firm, fine tannins and acidity which will aid the longevity of this wine.


Drink 2014 - 2024

VIC - Other Victorian
Grape Style
Cabernet Blends
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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Originally established in 1974 by Graeme Leith and Sue Mackinnon, Passing Clouds at Bendigo is in a low rainfall area and the site was chosen to make great red wine with the lowest chemical inputs possible. No pesticides or insecticides are ever used in the vineyard. These practices are followed in our new cool climate vineyard at Musk, just outside of Daylesford in the Macedon Ranges. It is currently producing stunning pinot, chardonnay and sparkling. The winery has consistently produced medal winning wines with deep colours, rich flavours and a unique structure with excellent mouthfeel that place them with the very best Australian red wines. For instance Graeme’s Blend 2005 rates 93 points in James Halliday’s Wine Companion.

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