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All Wines Cabernet Sauvignon Howard Park Miamup Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
Howard Park Miamup Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon
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Howard Park Miamup Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Marvellous 93pt Margaret River Cab from the great Howard Park
Red - Medium to full bodied
Only $28.00
Howard Park Miamup Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
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Howard Park Miamup Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon
Wine file
Red - Medium to full bodied
14.0% ABV
8.28 Units
750.0 ML
31 December, 2030
Awards
93pts Points, James Halliday Wine Companion, 2021 91 Points, Robert Parker- eRobertParker.com, 2021 91 Points, The Real Review, 2021
Wine Summary
<i> “Howard Park, run by Burch Family Wines, is one of Western Australia’s premier, family-owned wineries” </i> (Halliday). Throughout its 30-year history, the estate has been “prolific” encompassing two generations, two wine regions and four vineyards. This expressive Cabernet comes from Miamup in the southern part of WA’s famous Margaret River. It’s a lavish example of the style. <br><br> <i> "A faithful portrait of Margaret River cabernet, calm and persuasive, the cassis/blackcurrant fruit enhanced by 18 months in French barriques and (relatively) soft tannins...93pts" </i> (Halliday).