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"Produced from fruit grown on the company's Wrattonbully vineyard, Mawson's is the sort of cabernet that should herald a new age of interest in what many wine buffs believe to be the king of all reds, but which is unfashionable in smart circles.
It's a genuine dry red - it would have been labelled claret in the past - and undeniably varietal with it's tasty core of blackberry fruit laced with some leafy, herbal, earthy notes. Surprisingly, for a youthful cabernet, it's ready to relish tonight."
Paddy Kendler, Quaffing, Herald Sun - City Style (Aus), 26 June 2007