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HARDY'S HRB D676 Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Pyrenees 2016

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95 points - JF 95 JF HARDY'S HRB D676 Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Pyrenees 2016 HARDY'S HRB D676 Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Pyrenees 2016

HARDY'S HRB D676 Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Pyrenees 2016

<p>HARDY'S HRB D676 Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Pyrenees</p> <p>HRB stands for ‘Heritage Reserve Bin’ and is attached by Hardys to wines made by blending components from mature vineyards around the country to which its winemakers have access. This multi-region, multi-vineyard approach is quintessentially Australian and can yield wines of exceptional quality, although it runs counter to Old World-derived notions of ‘terroir’ and individual ‘distinguished sites’ as sources of the finest wines. There is room for both approaches.</p> <p>The exact makeup of this Shiraz will vary from year to year but it typically includes grapes from vineyards in various regions of South Australia and Victoria. Because blending enables winemakers to show their skills in creating ‘complete’ or ‘whole’ wines that are more or greater than the sum of their parts, HRB wines also tend to offer exceptional value.</p>
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HARDY'S HRB D676 Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Pyrenees

HRB stands for ‘Heritage Reserve Bin’ and is attached by Hardys to wines made by blending components from mature vineyards around the country to which its winemakers have access. This multi-region, multi-vineyard approach is quintessentially Australian and can yield wines of exceptional quality, although it runs counter to Old World-derived notions of ‘terroir’ and individual ‘distinguished sites’ as sources of the finest wines. There is room for both approaches.

The exact makeup of this Shiraz will vary from year to year but it typically includes grapes from vineyards in various regions of South Australia and Victoria. Because blending enables winemakers to show their skills in creating ‘complete’ or ‘whole’ wines that are more or greater than the sum of their parts, HRB wines also tend to offer exceptional value.

  • Style: Shiraz/Syrah
  • Vintage: 2016
  • Region: McLaren Vale-Clare Valley,Pyrenees
  • Code: HHRB676
  • Varietal: Shiraz
  • Country: Australia

Winery HARDY'S

Hardy’s is a large wine producer with extensive vineyard resources and a long and distinguished history of winemaking in South Australia. Founded in 1853 by winemaking pioneer Thomas Hardy, the company has grown considerably in size and stature over the years gaining a solid reputation primarily for commercial wines. A complicated series of corporate take-overs and acquisitions has seen Hardy’s become part of the huge Accolade Wines group. The wine brand celebrated its 160th Anniversary in 2013, and fifth generation Hardy family member Bill Hardy remains an integral part of the business. Hardy’s flagship Eileen Hardy Shiraz reflects Hardy’s enduring and strong house winemaking ethos and exceptional vineyard resources.
ABN: 13 133 179 656
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