Shiraz Cabernet 2018

Andrew’s Reserve
Shiraz Cabernet 2018
Andrew McPherson established his winery in 1968 and is known for his famous Australian Shiraz.  He has released this special Reserve Shiraz Cabernet, made from the best grapes of the vintage, as the flagship wine for the McPherson Family Winery.
Andrew’s Reserve
Shiraz Cabernet 2018
$20.00
Region: South Eastern Australia
Varietal: 70% Shiraz 30% Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcohol: 14.5%
Best Consumed: 2019 - 2029
Wine Accolades
Bronze medal Royal Hobart Wine Show 2019
Viticulturist Notes
The grapes for this Reserve Shiraz Cabernet were picked and crushed during the cool of night, thus ensuring the retention of varietal character, while modern wine making techniques were employed throughout, all of which help to create the famous McPherson style. Fermentation took place in sweeping arm red fermenters, giving the wine a denser, richer colour and allowing for gentle flavour extraction. Careful attention was also paid to the oak selection for the Shiraz Cabernet. This wine was aged on French oak for twelve months, giving the wine a smooth and elegant oak influence.
Wine Harvest Notes
Another season by the joys and challenges that Mother Nature continually throws our way! 2018 is a very good year for quality, the season was warm and dry and we were kept on our toes as once we started picking everything ripened up pretty quickly. Intense flavours came in late this year and we held off picking to allow maximum flavour. The whites are all fruit forward, with lovely fresh acidity whilst the reds have excellent colour and flavour to match. This vintage is a beauty and subsequently we have made some cracking wines in 2018.
Food Recommendations
This blend is suited perfectly to hearty dishes. Beef medallions, barbequed meats or braised lamb shanks love this wine - anytime of the year.

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