2011 UMAMU Estate Ann’s Cabernet Sauvignon

2011 UMAMU Estate Ann’s Cabernet Sauvignon

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James Halliday | 95 points 

Huon Hooke | 93 points 

Huon Hooke features in his Cellar Talk in Feb 2020 and mentions in his article Cabernet Cabernet cavalcade in January 2020.

Ann’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 is named in honour of my Mum, Ann.  It is produced from our 1997 parcel of vines.

Stylistically we release our wines after they have had time to develop in the bottle, a French approach for releasing wines when they are ‘ready’.


Appearance: Vivid garnet.
Nose: Intense with dark fruits coming through.
Palate: Rich, powerful dark fruits with soft smooth integrated tannins with good length and delicious layers of complexity.  Exciting!Good winter rainfall and below average falls during the growing season with even and mild ripening conditions.


Vines are spur pruned and canopies are split up and down. 

The fermentation was in a combination of open and closed static tanks and was completed in the tank before being pressed off skins at dryness after 12-18 days of skin contact.  The wine was then matured for 18 months in French oak predominantly from the forests of Allier, Centre of France and Bertrange.

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