Lindeman’s Bin 45 Cab Sav Review
December 16, 2013
Lindeman’s is an Australian owned and run winery , that has been around since 1843 – so they definitely know the way to make a great wine!
One of their better known kinds is the Cabernet Sauvignon, which is sometimes famous for its full bodied flavor. Because it is a really bold and rich wine, it can overmaster your taste buds, so it's very important to pick the right variety – particularly if you are mixing it with food.
If you're after an inexpensive Cabernet Sauvignon which will leave your taste buds desiring more, then the Lindeman’s Bin 45 Cabernet Sauvignon might be the wine for you!
It includes everything you've come to like from a good Cabernet Sauvignon, without the big price tag. If you shop around you can buy this bottle of wine for less than 10 greenbacks, which is the keenest price if you like a glass of red wine each night after a tedious day at work.
Now let’s get to the taste, as really that's the most crucial features of a great wine. Initially it’s quite tart, but there’s an edge of sweetness about the wine, which only comes out one or two seconds after drinking the wine. Overall the taste is kind of refreshing, giving your tastebuds a preliminary tang, which is then smoothed out by a lingering sweetness.
Moving along to the after-taste, it’s quite tart but in a very nice way, and the sweetness truly starts to come out the longer it is sat in the mouth.
As for the price it comes in a touch dearer than a bottle of sports energy drink, which makes it very cheap for the average drinker.
This wine would match up wonderfully with a pepper crusted steak, as the mild spice from the black pepper melds perfectly with the tanins of the wine – making for a great mid week dinner.