2014 MWC (McPherson Wine Co.) Shiraz/Mourvèdre Victoria

SKU #1281940 92 points Wine & Spirits

 Jo Nash makes this wine at the McPherson Wine Company in the Strathbogie Ranges, blending fruit from sources throughout Central Victoria. Five percent mourvedre comes through in a little saddle leather and spice; two percent viognier adds lifted, floral aromas. It’s a pretty red color and has a tight line of flavor, savory with notes of dried red currants and black olives. The tannic grip and fine weight make this a steal at the price.  (6/2016)

Wine Spectator

 Distinctive, with white pepper and fresh-cracked black pepper aromas. Black tea details accent the robust blackberry and plum flavors. Dense tannins. Drink now through 2026. (MW)  (6/2016)

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