The Robert Oatley 2009 Finisterre Cabernet Sauvignon (Margaret River) wine is of the Cabernet Sauvignon variety from Australia, produced within the Finisterre vineyard in the Western Australia province. The cost is $30. This wine has a score of 72/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).
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This is a light and fruity wine that is ready to drink. It has its lively acidity and bright red-currant fruits. The wine has a sweet aftertaste that gives it a crisp aftertaste. Drink now.
The scents and flavors of this wine are impressive, offering a palate of black cherry, black plum, vanilla and a touch of sweet baking spice. The finish is long and layered with vanilla and tobacco.
The blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (70) and Tinta Roriz (25) is a good representation of the variety. It delivers a solid foundation of black-cherry fruit, with a core of tannins that have an edge of spice. It shows plenty of power and intensity, with black-plum depth.
This is an elegant, fine-priced wine that’s a bit over the top in terms of its cherry and spice flavors and intensity. The acidity is intense, and the mouthfeel is good. It’s a fine apritif, and the finish is long and chewy.
This is a light-footed Cabernet, with a touch of earthiness as well as black cherry, plum and nutmeg. It’s a very lively wine, with a crisp, clean midpalate.
In this beautifully balanced, fruity wine, the addition of 45 Cabernet Franc and the addition of 8 Cabernet Sauvignon add extra depth, complexity and intensity. It’s dark and brooding, with earthy, savory aromas of black fruits, charred wood and tobacco. It’s tightly wound, with a long, savory finish.
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