2015 Hardys HRB Shiraz


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2015 Hardys HRB Shiraz

South Australia, AUSTRALIA
$34.99 Bottle
Minimum 6 bottles
  • Cellar 6 - 8 years (2023-2025)
  • ABV 14%
  • Closure: Stelvin

Sourced from McLaren Vale and Clare Valley this Shiraz displays a magnificent super saturated inky black colour with a very deep dark purple black tinged hue. A touch subdued at first the nose slowly opens submitting aromatics of ripe blackberries, dark plums and liquorice followed by vanillin cedar, hints of black olive, dried meats and blackpepper. Rich opulent black fruits flood the palate within a tightly structured mouthfeel. Dark plum, black cherry and liquorice flavours dominate over vanillin cedar, traces of earth, dried meats and blackpepper. Dryish finish with firm tightly wound tannins providing some grip. Excellent power with a long chewy aftertaste of ripe blackberries, black cherries, liquorice, smoky vanillin cedar, dried meats and blackpepper.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Alc. 14%

Other Reviews….
Bin D671. Hand-picked, open-fermented, pressed via a 97yo basket press, the individual vineyard components (from McLaren Vale and Clare Valley) matured separately in French oak (25% new) for 16 months. Very skilled winemaking, particularly at the blending stage, results in a vinous have cake and eat it outcome. Allows the dark chocolate and plum flavours of McLaren Vale to show in wine, with particularly good texture and structure ex the Clare Valley portion. The result is a wine that is no more than medium-bodied. Drink by 2030.
95 points
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion