Leeuwin Estate ‘Art Series’ Cabernet Sauvignon 2017Margaret River, WA Add to Wishlist
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Leeuwin Estate’s Art Series sits at the epitome of prestige. Representative of the esteemed Margaret River producer’s most luxuriant and age-worthy wines, the Art Series pairs vinous masterpieces — which have won top honours and titles from the world’s foremost wine authorities — with paintings specially commissioned from Australia’s most respected contemporary artists. With its remarkable complexity and impeccable balance, this installment of the Series evinces the refined power of Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon and is, like the piece emblazoned upon it, a timeless work of art.
Expect to find
Life, vibrance, and balance. A plentiful abundance of dense blackcurrant and ripe blueberry, draped in an artful cloak of clove, black cardamom, dried thyme, and heady cedar
Leeuwin’s connection to the arts runs deep. Honoured by their ‘Art Series’ wines, it’s also on proud display in the on-site Leeuwin Art Gallery, which hosts a distinguished collection of over 150 pieces from esteemed artists including Arthur Boyd and Sir Sidney Nolan.
Drink now or cellar until 2032+
With the classic elegance of a perfect steak, or pair with an earthy mushroom dish
A bonafide Australian legend
Deep in the isolated reaches of Western Australia’s Margaret River lies a legend: the family-owned Leeuwin Estate, one of the five founding wineries of the world-famous region. Originally a cattle farm, Leeuwin has its wine roots in iconic Napa Valley winemaker Robert Mondavi, who in 1972 recognised the site’s potential and guided founders Denis and Tricia Horgan in transforming it into a globally acclaimed vineyard. In the decades since, Leeuwin has amassed a legion of awards from the most prestigious wine authorities.
A legendary winery celebrated by the likes of Wine Spectator and James Halliday
Powerful, world-class wines from the famed Margaret River
A cultural mainstay offering fine dining, concerts, and an art gallery