MOFO SECRET DEAL 94pt Eden Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Eden Valley
There’s a reason secrets are secrets, it’s because they’re so damn juicy you want to keep them all to yourself. Imagine if word of this got out; punters would be all over it and there’d be none left for our beloved Mofos. So, all together now… purse your lips, raise your finger and say with me, shhh!
We scour the great wine regions of Australia to bring you little beauties like this so lets keep it on the down low. Plus, surprises are fun. Well most of them anyway and especially those that lob on your doorstep with love from Vinomofo.
So what can you look forward to? Well, it’s over half price for starters but we know you expect more than just ridiculous bargains. This is a wine from the 2006 vintage in Eden Valley. This translates to a rich, layered wine rippling with cabernet calling cards of blackcurrant and cassis.
From a nose redolent of dark red and black fruits wafts spice and tobacco leaf creating a heady mix. There’s something very noble about cabernet and the mix of pipe tobacco, old spice and cedary oak, it demands an old worn Chesterfield and a cat to stroke.
I won’t give too much more away other than to say that this is gorgeous Eden Valley cabernet from one of our favourite producers.
Built to go the distance, it’s ready when you are.
It’s cool, we get it, you want to know absolutely everything about this wine. Well here you go, go nuts.
- Eden Valley
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Next door to the Barossa Valley lies Eden Valley, a small yet highly significant Aussie region celebrated for their signature cool climate wines and impressive history. According to our sources, the first Eden Valley vineyard was planted in the early 1840s, and today there are just over 12 local wineries, both boutique and family-owned that continue to produce, exceptional vintages, including the famous Yalumba and Henschke. Renowned for their signature riesling and shiraz, the glorious region is a heavenly picking field for A-grade fruit. It comes as no surprise that many of Australia's winemakers source their grapes from the Eden Valley.
The rules are there ain’t no rules, but here are some foods we think will work pretty well with this wine...