From vines dating back to the 1870s. Traditional vineyards and traditional winemaking Nickname of Harriet Hewitson. Miss Harry is sourced from traditionally grown vineyards dating back to the late 1800s in the Barossa Valley.
The 2013 Miss Harry is a superb vintage. It is a beautifully structured, fruit-concentrated red wine that absolutely delivers with integrity, intrigue, class and complexity in a very approachable style.
The color of 2013 Miss Harry is bright red with a deep purple hue. The aroma is of cherries, raspberries, spice and fresh hazelnuts.
The palate is wonderfully fresh and with juicy forest fruits, dried herbs and a creamy complexity derived from its extended barrel maturation on lees. The concentrated fruits, fine tannin and perfectly integrated acid make the 2013 Miss Harry an exceptional wine that is a delight to drink.
Score: 89 PointsVinous Author: Josh Raynolds
Deep red. Spice-accented cherry and red berry scents show good focus and pick up a hint of white pepper with air. Smooth and appealingly sweet, offering juicy raspberry and cherry flavors that deepen slowly on the back half. Harmonious tannins provide finishing shape, and a lingering suggestion of peppery spices adds refreshing cut.
Score: 95 PointsHalliday Wine Companion Author: James Halliday
There are no other Barossa Valley Rhone blends wine with this composition and sheer elegance. It is willowy and savoury, with mouth-cleansing acidity, yet also with a garland of diverse red fruit flavours, all fresh, none sticky or jubey. Simply lovely.
Score: 90 PointsWine Spectator Author: MaryAnn Worobiec
Appealing licorice, white pepper and Earl Grey tea notes are aromatic, bright, smooth and juicy around a core of cherry and pomegranate flavors, with a lingering finish. Grenache, Mourvdre, Shiraz, Cinsault and Carignan. Drink now through 2026.
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