"'Bordeaux blend' here. The alcohol for cabernet , be it real or
guessed, as is the Wild Duck Creek way, is decidedly lower than most of
the shiraz wines and other reds. "Cabernet behaves like a naughty, grubby
boy in our vineyards", says vigneron Dave Anderson, "but does well, shows
personality, takes it all".
Slick, blueberry fruits, young ferment characters, green herb and
choc-mint, fragrant as and replicates well to the palate, seamless, slick
and well-balanced. There's a sense of depth but freshness here, some
detail despite the bold capture of fruit character and booze. It's an
intriguing and unique expression. Full blown red."
93 points, Mike Bennie - Winefront