Harwood Hall - Marlborough Syrah 2010 - Syrah



Harwood Hall - Marlborough Syrah 2010
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An extraordinary Syrah with elegance and silky texture. A single vineyard release from the Rarangi area of Marlborough. The free draining soils of the vineyard allow the vines to be grown in a way to allow the fruit to ripen and exhibit exuberant fruit flavours.

Colour: vibrant red.

Nose: violets, white pepper and red currants dominate the nose along with hints of honey.

Palate: Vibrant mulberry, black fruits and pepper lead to a full and soft palate of pleasing length and weight.

Harwood Hall is the result of a collaboration between two old workmates, Digger (Bill) Hennessy and Corey Hall. Digger met Corey when both men worked for Matua Valley "Harwood was my father-in-law's middle name".

Hennessy could have led to problems, as it's the name of a very prominent French cognac.

The Harwood Hall wines are crafted by hand in small quantities from the best fruit the guys can get their hands on - off their own or their mates vineyards and at a very sharp price. In choosing Harwood Hall: they are being looked after by not one but two of the country's best winemakers.

The wines are crafted from experience; know how, hard work, the support of their winemaking community and from a passion for making the best wine they can. Corey Hall learnt how to make wines that can age in Burgundy.

This wine will compliment a wide range of dishes. Enjoy it with Foie Gras, Steaks, BBQ and even thanks for it elegance, even with poultry.

Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Harwood Hall   -   http://www.harwoodhall.co.nz/
ABV:   13.5%
Body:   Medium Bodied
Brand:   Harwood Hall
Country of Origin:   New Zealand
Food Match:   BBQ Dishes
Food Match:   Red Meats
Grape Type:   Syrah/Shiraz
Region:   Marlborough
Serving temperature Degrees C:   14-16
Style of Red:   Lively & Fruity
Vintage:   2010


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