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Haselgrove Bella Vigna Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2011

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Fresh dark cherries and plums are balanced by touches of light oak, silky tannins and spice. Enjoy now or cellar for up to five years to enhance complexity.

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Color: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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Haselgrove Wines Pty Ltd:
Haselgrove Vignerons Pty Ltd was established in 1981 and produces a range of premium wines, notably the “James Haselgrove”, for sale in Australia. James Haselgrove Wines’ first wine was made in 1979. The label, after being away from the Company’s product range for some years, has returned. The Company intends to market its range of consumer tailored wines for corporate, home and business, not ... Read more
Haselgrove Vignerons Pty Ltd was established in 1981 and produces a range of premium wines, notably the “James Haselgrove”, for sale in Australia. James Haselgrove Wines’ first wine was made in 1979. The label, after being away from the Company’s product range for some years, has returned. The Company intends to market its range of consumer tailored wines for corporate, home and business, not normally found in the traditional retail market. Our aim is to produce wines that have richness, flavour and softness with drinkability without breaking the bank. Our grapes are sourced from McLaren Vale and surrounding areas including Willunga and other grape growing areas of the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia. James Haselgrove - McLaren Vale Shiraz Dry Red, McLaren Vale Futures Shiraz, Selections Brut, Selections White Blend (Semillon Chardonnay), Selections Cabernet Sauvignon, Selections Cabernet Merlot, Selections Riesling, Later Harvest, 10 Year Tawny, Muscat. Our first release wine the 1979 McLaren Vale Shiraz Cabernet was a forerunner of the famous James Haselgrove Wines stable. This 2004 Shiraz from Currency Creek in the Southern Fleurieu replicates this wine. The grapes used in this distinctive varietal are from the Southern Fleurieu area of Currency Creek. It is a fresh, crisp and flavoursome dry white exhibiting the rich fruit characters expected from this classic white variety. Read less

Fresh dark cherries and plums are balanced by touches of light oak, silky tannins and spice. Enjoy now or cellar for up to five years to enhance complexity.

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