Ubuntu Shiraz 2006

I’m trying to work out if this wine is popular to younger buyers due to it’s price point or the high alcohol content…maybe (probably) both. Still, the wine is not a bad buy. It doesn’t however stick to the main characteristics of shiraz and I’m finding that new world wines (especially from South Africa) aren’t a fan of abiding by old (good/proper) standards. 2 stars as the night’s first bottle, 2.5 stars as the night’s second bottle.
What does Ubuntu mean? Ubuntu is an African word meaning ‘Humanity to others’, or ‘I am what I am because of who we all are’.
Tip: tulip glass
At a Glance
Taste black cherry, tangy oak, light spice
Smell raspberry jam, cedar, vanilla
Food bbq ribs
Sweetness dry
Price $9.45
LCBO# 665281
Score 2.5


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One Response to “Ubuntu Shiraz 2006”

  1.  Lorraine Says:

    i would ordering ubuntu wine
    i live in brussels

    Thanks Lorraine

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