January 25, 2006

Wine Tasting Note: Trevor Mast Four Sisters Shiraz, 2002, Australia.

By Andrew Barrow In Wine Notes
Four Sisters ShirazFour Sisters is the creation of Trevor Mast, owner and winemaker at Mount Langi Ghiran, world famous for its Langi. One year his four daughters created the wine label design as a birthday surprise. Produced with the help of the eldest daughter Daliah, a graphic designer, the label depicts each one of the sisters – from the left they are Sophie, Anja, Daliah and Ineke.

Wine Tasting Note: Trevor Mast Four Sisters Shiraz, 2002, South Eastern Australia.
From Flying Corkscrew £8.99 Australian Wines Online £7.99
A lovely little drop – nice spicy plum aroma and a palate that surprises on the finish with a level of complexity and . Medium to full-bodied, lightly spicy and well balanced with plenty of ripe, berry fruits. Alcohol 13.5%.

Scribblings Rating – 90/100

  1. Patt Rosenker July 10, 2006

    I just tried your wine for the first time with my “four sisters” from Smith College, MA. We are all Ada Comstock Scholars. I was wondering if you could send me some labels from your various wines so I could make a special gift for the “Four Smith Sisters”
    I would greatly appreciate it.
    Thank You,
    Patt Rosenker
    7439 Brimway Lane
    Reading, PA 19606

  2. Andrew July 10, 2006

    Pat, thanks for the comment but you are on the wrong wave length. The wine isn’t ‘mine'; I just write about stuff. So no labels from me I am afraid…

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