H for Haselgrove. H for Hell Yeah!
If you’re into your big (14.8%!), rich Aussie Shiraz power packed with fruit you’re gonna love this new arrival from South Australia. We reckon for fifteen bucks this is a new star in the making and you’d be hard pressed to find anything better for the money, but don’t take our word for it, the critics have been raving about it on both sides of the ditch.
Gold medal (NZ Int’l Wine Show 2017)
“A splendid juicy attack of plums and blackcurrants…Succulent, rounded and silky. Lovely flow and very friendly.”
4 Stars & Best Buy (Cuisine magazine 2018)
“From the first sniff, this multi-vineyard blend hollers ‘Aussie shiraz!’ with that familiar, traditional sweet blackberry perfume….Excellent value”
5 Star Winery (James Halliday)
Dark Horse Winery of the Year 2015 (James Halliday)
“This winery is on the move”
Winestate Magazine “Australian Wine Company of the year 2017”
Winestate Magazine “Australian Winemaker of the year 2017”
When Australia’s leading wine gury James Halliday gives you thumbs up, you’re heading in the right direction. Not to mention taking out the Australian Wine Company of the Year and Winemaker of the Year awards in Winestate Magazine last year! Oh and did we mention our own Cuisine magazine’s panel giving it 4 Stars & Best Buy. They said “From the first sniff, this multi-vineyard blend hollers ‘Aussie shiraz!…Excellent value”
Drinking superbly right now but this has the obvious potential to be tucked away in the cellar for several years yet. Looking for a food match? Any kind of barbecued, grilled or roasted slab of red meat ought to do the trick!