2014 Ben Potts Lenny’s Block
Cabernet Sauvignon


The Lenny’s Block Cabernet Sauvignon is deep red-purple in colour
An intense floral/lifted nose with ripe blackcurrant, blackberry, dark
fruits and cedar
The palate is full bodied, intensely concentrated, rich, ripe and well
balanced, fine ripe dusty tannins and a long finish

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Awards & Reviews

2006 Ben Potts Lenny’s Block Cabernet Sauvignon

25 August 2011 Reviews

GOLD The Royal Hobart International Wine Show

GOLD Australian Small Winemakers Show

James Halliday Australian Wine Companion
2011 Edition – Rated 90 points

Campbell Mattinson & Gary Walsh’s Big Red Wine Book 2010
Thick, soft and generous – you’d pick it as Langhorne Creek from a mile off. It’s curranty and earthn and minty and, while it’s essentially just a big well-balanced mouthful of fun, it does a good turn at elegance through the finish. Good fine tannin, noteworthy length. It can be consumed now or later. Drink 2011 -2017 Rated 93 points

They sent two bottles of this Cabernet that comes off fifty year old vines, so I popped one and gave it a sniff, took it home and deposited the unopened bottle with the lady who runs the daycare centre at which my son attends. The verdict this morning that was it was a magnificent wine. Beeeeuuutiful. So there you have it.

Mint, chocolate and rich curranty black fruit with a good clip of toasty vanilla oak. It’s full bodied and packed with flavour and smooth tannic impact. Has a distinctly savoury salty taste and closes with the flavour of Dutch licorice. Hearty, flavoursome, crowd pleasing style that comes with all the bells and whistles. Rated 91 Points

Winestate Best of Varietal/Style Tastings and New Release Annual Issue 2010/2011  5 stars
Winestate McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek & Fleurieu July/August 2010 Issue 4 stars and EQUAL TOP CABERNET
Winestate Cabernet and Cabernet Blends July/August 2010 Issue 3.5 stars