Hesketh Regional Selection Barossa Valley Shiraz

Highest scoring Shiraz @ New World Wine Awards!

Hesketh Regional Selection Barossa Valley Shiraz

2015, Barossa Valley Australia
  • The highest scoring Shiraz at New World Wine Awards 2017! Gold medal & 98/100, 4 1/2 Stars & Best Buy (Cuisine magazine 2017)
  • "Well-mannered Barossa shiraz of good type...full, rich and ripe, yet it has freshness" (Cuisine magazine)
  • The winemaker is Phil Lehmann, son of Barossa legend Peter!
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    $19.99

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    This one's a sell out! New (Gold medal winning) 2014 vintage on its way soon...

    Like fathers, like sons. Back in the 1970s Peter Lehmann teamed up with Robert Hesketh and together they formed Masterton Wines, which later went on to become the legendary Barossa label now known as Peter Lehmann Wines.

    Today, sons Phil (Lehmann) and Johnathon (Hesketh) have teamed up to produce their own Barossa wines under the Hesketh name (Lehmann was already taken). Boy oh boy, they’ve done a stellar job!

    A Barossa red you could take home to your mum, well, sort of. Cuisine magazine judges (awarded it 4 1/2 Stars and Best Buy) called it “Well-mannered Barossa shiraz of good type that’s just a little less emphatic than the time-honoured style. It’s full, rich and ripe, yet it has freshness.”

    From a great 2015 vintage in the Barossa (rated 9/10 by James Halliday), given 15 months in oak before release, Phil reckons this should cellar comfortably for 8-10 years yet.

    The Lowdown: 14.5% alc / 750ml / Screwcap
    New World Wine Awards Gold
    Cuisine 4 1/2 Stars & Best Buy
    Browse Wine | Red | Shiraz | 2015 | Hesketh

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