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Hither-Yon-Shiraz

Hither And Yon Shiraz 2018

McLaren Vale, South Australia   |    750ml   |    14%

Hither and Yon is a rising star of South Australian wine and it's not hard to see why; wines made in a contemporary style with eye-catching labels and all at very reasonable prices, we expect to hear plenty more from Hither and Yon in the future.

The 2018 Hither and Yon Shiraz is another lively, approachable version of McLaren Vale Shiraz packed with bright blueberry, raspberry and pomegranate, flavours on a soft, juicy and medium weight palate, with a soft, round mouth feel. An approachable youthful drinking McLaren, this offers superb value drinking at this price.

"95 Points. Oh come all ye faithful lovers of McLaren Vale shiraz. It's hard to say whether the variety or the region is the most important - and true - contributor to the depth and outright richness of this shiraz. The tannins also ring true to the theme, leaving no doubt about its longevity. $29.00 14.5% alc. Drink By: 2038 Screwcap" - James Halliday, winecompanion.com.au.

Availability: In stock

$22.90
Only available for purchase in 6 bottle increments.
Every year, Mother Nature challenges us to a game of hide & seek ~ The fun begins as we search hither & yon through our medley of vineyards scattered high & low across McLaren Vale’s diverse majesty ~ Our quest ~ to discover that secret place each vintage, where the variety & vineyard environment have conjured something above & beyond expectations ~ Then we respect this prized fruit by allowing it to express itself, pure & natural.- Hither & Yon.
6
South Australia
McLaren Vale
750
14
The Shiraz fruit was hand picked in 3 lots, on March 8th, 9th, and 15th. Aim was to pick around 14 baume or just under for each parcel. Parcel’s were made separately using traditional techniques until final blending, each block about being about 1/3 of the completed wine. Once fermentation had commenced the must was pumped over 4 times every 24 hours. During ferment the must was kept between 22–26 degrees. Primary fermentation took place for 8-12 days. Once the wines were dry, they were pressed to tank where the free run juice and (50%) pressings were combined. We kept the parcels separate and then after 3 months in tank the wines were racked and the final blend was done. The wine was then transferred to 3-4 year old French Oak puncheons for 12 months. Following cross flow filtration, the wine was bottled on July 5th, 2019, sealed under Stelvin screwcap.

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