If you distill your wash once, do so slowly. If you do cuts on it, it will usually come out somewhere between 80-100 proof "without" having to add water to it. This leaves it very flavorful..and very corny tasting...which some people prefer. However, it also tends to have a bit more odor to it and a somewhat "wine like" note to it. That said...try it!! Do your single run slowly. Drip fores and the start of heads off easy. Then turn it up a bit after that. Separate into jars (try to use at least 10-12 jars. You'll need to figure your approximate alc take. Usually, on a 19-20L charge of 9-10% (UJSM) I get back a gallon of low-wines. If you are running 10 gals of it...you'll get back about 2 gals. So, figure that out spread over 10-12 jars.
Do a cut on it..and mix the jars together that taste good to you. Tails at this proof on a single run are going to taste rather watery, but you can look for cloudiness..and feel for oil/slick...when rubbed between your fingers. Do a lean cut...and mix it together. If it tastes great to you...then keep it. You can rerun the rest of it in your next wash or low-wines run. If it doesn't taste good to you...then throw it back with the rest of it...and use it as low-wines (ie., either run it in your next wash, or save it until you have enough low-wines to do an all low-wines 2nd run).
There are quite a few members here who prefer the flavor in single run whiskey. Most of them use hybrids or reflux of some sort to do the run at higher proof on the first shot. But, there are some who used straight up pots and liked the flavor on a slow, careful single run. Worth trying to see the difference. And as I said..you can always just try it, then save it all for a double run later. Normally strip runs are done down and dirty, fast...because cuts are not going to be made. But, it won't hurt anything to do it slower, more carefully, just to try it to see if you like the taste of single run. They'll still work fine as low-wines after if you decide to re-run it.