Tinpot Hut - Hawke's Bay Syrah 2007-09 - New Zealand Red Wine 75cl Bottle

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Tinpot Hut - Hawke's Bay Syrah 2007-09
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75cl Bottle
£15.89
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Description:
Ruby red in colour with youthful violet highlights.

On the nose there are aromas of white and black pepper, violets and plums together with subtle hints of spicy chocolate.

On the palate, it has plummy, pepper and cinnamon flavours, with a slight smoky note.

Good structure, with silky, ripe tannins and a warm, ripe finish.

100% Syrah.



Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Tinpot Hut   -   www.tinpothut.co.nz
ABV:   13%
Brand:   Tinpot Hut
Country of Origin:   New Zealand
Food Match:   Red Meats
Food Match:   Grilled Dishes
Grape Type:   Syrah/Shiraz
Region:   Marlborough
Vintage:   2007-09

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Producer Information

Tinpot Hut wines are made primarily from fruit grown on winemaker Fiona Turner`s vineyard in Blind River. Fiona, who has worked with Matt Thomson for a number of years, supplements her own grapes with fruit from other growers in Marlborough and Hawkes Bay. The tinpot hut that gave its name to Fiona`s wines is an old mustering hut in the remote hills between the Wairau and Awatere Valleys. The huts were used as a base for musterers as they rounded up the sheep that had been in the hills from spring to autumn. The name links Marlborough`s past as a sheep farming centre with its current state as one of the world`s most dynamic wine regions.

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