Saltram `Mamre Brook` Cabernet 2000 (3x 750ml), Barossa. cork

Mamre Brook is the name of the original home at the Saltram Estate in the Barossa Valley. The home was built in 1844 and to this day is the traditional home of Saltram's chief winemaker. The Saltram Mamre Brook range is the winery's tribute to the Barossa and Eden Valley.

This wine was fermented in traditional style small batch open topped fermenters for up to ten days before being pressed off skins and racked into oak barrels. The wine remained in oak for 24 months before bottling.

Overview

Mamre Brook is the name of the original home at the Saltram Estate in the Barossa Valley. The home was built in 1844 and to this day is the traditional home of Saltram's chief winemaker. The Saltram Mamre Brook range is the winery's tribute to the Barossa and Eden Valley.

This wine was fermented in traditional style small batch open topped fermenters for up to ten days before being pressed off skins and racked into oak barrels. The wine remained in oak for 24 months before bottling.

Region:
SA - Barossa

Winery Tasting Notes

Colour

The 2001 Mamre Brook Cabernet Sauvignon is a deep rich, purple colour.

Nose

The nose offers complex aromas of plum, dark berries and chocolate.

Palate

The palate has a richly layered structure portraying concentrated mulberry and black berry.