With a vintage feel and a ‘Cellar Selection’ tagline, Water Stop Station has attractive eye catching label.
McPherson Wines provide the juice for these wines in line with their uncompromising quest for quality and commitment. Over the years they have maintained the high standard of wine-making and aim to consistently over deliver at every price point.
Soft and rounded with ripe plums and blackberries and a light spicy twist to end with. An easy drinking Shiraz.
ABOUT THE PRODUCER
McPherson Wines had its beginnings in 1968 when Andrew McPherson, with his father Jock, fi rst started winemaking, swiftly earning a reputation as true innovators in the country’s blossoming wine industry.
In 1974, Andrew began winemaking in his own right, and has spent his working life to date in the wine industry. He lives in the beautiful hills of the Strathbogie Ranges overlooking the vines that grow their most famous wine, the Basilisk Shiraz Mourvedre.
1993 saw the establishment of McPhersons first vineyard holdings in the Murray Darling region near Mildura. The Murray Darling is so named for the two great rivers that run through the region the Murray River and the Darling River. One of the most significant grape growing areas in Australia, the region is over 350km wide (east to west) and is renowned for its production of soft, generously flavoured wines – giving consistency, reliability and value for money.
The winery is situated just outside the town of Nagambie in Central Victoria. Winemaker Jo Nash worked under Andrew McPherson’s tutelage, and in 2011 she was appointed chief winemaker at McPherson Wines.