Devils Lair Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (6 x 750mL), Margret River, WA.

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$41.99 per Bottle
$251.94 per pack

Overview

With a unique combination of climate, geography and geology, Devil’s Lair celebrates wines of great clarity, delicacy of fruit and elegant structure.

Devils Lair 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon was harvested in the mid-March from three core vineyards in the sub region of Willyabrup. Fermentation was completed in small static fermenters for 10 days with a further 21 days of extended maceration. A wine of great style, concentration and flavour. It will mature gracefully over the next 15+ years.

Region:
WA - Margaret River
State:
Western Australia
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Colour

Vibrant ruby/purple.

Aroma

Regional cassis, mulberries and black plums with hints of dried bay leaf and sandalwood.

Palate

Generously structured, plush and focused. Fine velvety tannins frame an impressive core of dark cassis, red currant and ironstone and a fine persistent finish.

Cellaring

Now, to 2032

Vintage
2014
Region
WA - Margaret River
Grape Style
Cabernet Sauvignon
Closure Type
Screwcap closure
Alcohol
14.5%

Winery Profile

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Devil’s Lair is fortunate to be able to tread its own path, unrestrained by tradition, with a sense of wisdom that comes from a strong bond with an ancient land. It’s the intuition of a talented team, the freedom to do things differently and the subtlety of the soils that makes Devil’s Lair wines respected for their great clarity, delicate fruit flavours and elegant structure.Lying deep in the south of Margaret River, beyond where most tourists venture, stand towering karri trees resilient and proud, protecting a hidden cave they call the Devil’s Lair.It’s after this unassuming and somewhat shy cave that Devil’s Lair is named. One of Australia’s most significant archaeological sites, the Devil’s Lair cave holds evidence of human life nearly 50,000 years ago and some of the earliest records of Australian life.The Devil’s Lair winemaking philosophy is to be meticulous, to continually question and challenge, and to refine a winemaking style that is as much about intuition as it is about science.Ben Miller and Simon Robertson are joined by a talented team of winemakers, viticulturists and staff – local and afar – who support the winemaking process right through to the point at which it reaches your glass.

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