The Thomas Hyland Shiraz, a buoyant, fresh style contains plenty of juicy blackberry fruit aromas and flavours, chocolaty, ripe tannins and some savoury oak nuances.
Sourced predominantly from the Barossa, McLaren Vale and Upper Adelaide regions, the wine shows distinctive spice notes and typically rich and well-defined fruit characters. There is no doubt this is a contemporary wine of which Thomas Hyland would be immensely proud.
Huon Hooke has said, “The Thomas Hyland Shirazes are beautifully bright, fruit-driven wines; they are well-made, generous wines but overall lighter in weight than the Penfolds Bin range.” (Rewards of Patience VI, 2008).
It is the consistency of this style and the stamp of individuality that makes the easy-drinking Thomas Hyland Shiraz a favourite among wine experts, collectors and sommeliers.
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Rare eye fillet of beef
Pork & lamb