This is an attractive effort from Lowe Wines, with fruit sourced from the northerly Mudgee region in New South Wales at an altitude of around 500 metres. But then I always tend to like shiraz cabernet blends. Purple in the glass, with a medium to deep intensity of expression, it has aromatics of wood spice, pepper, plums and plenty of anise. On the palate, the same characters follow through, with a medium length finish and some attractive acidity cuts through. Reminding of a Coonawarra shiraz, this well made blend of shiraz (80%) and cabernet sauvignon (20%) from Lowe Wines is attractive drinking now. Good
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