Introducing Michael Hall Wines

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Meet the most recent addition to our exciting portfolio of sustainable, handcrafted and regionally expressive wines. Michael Hall is a South Australian based micro-negociant who produces single-vineyard, small batch, elegant and award-winning wines. On the water now and due to land in November 2018.

2016 Michael Hall Barossa Valley Roussanne 12 x 750mL

This barrel fermented 100% Roussanne has notes of marzipan, banana peel and green tea on the nose, and a dry powdery palate of chamomile and cut hay. 2018 James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion – 90 points

2017 Michael Hall Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 12 x 750mL

This 2017 100% Chardonnay shows a beguiling interplay of ripe fruit and aromatic herbs. Think persimmon, pomelo, coriander stems and banoffee pie!

2016 Michael Hall Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 12 x 750mL

100% Pinot Noir. Exhibiting great structure, concentration and intricate, exotic fruit characters. Shows bright red fruits, cherry, plum and cranberry with a drying finish of rose water and orange peel. 2018 James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion – 95 points

2015 Michael Hall Eden Valley Syrah 12 x 750mL

100% Shiraz. Vivid carmine red, sweet blueberry and redcurrant, dark chocolate, violet and rose scented, delicate talc-y tannins. 2017 Royal Adelaide Wine Show (Class 32 - Shiraz, 2015 vintage.) - Gold medal. 2018 James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion – 94 points

Unfailingly meticulous, Michael’s philosophy is to allow the season and site to show themselves. He works closely with the growers to produce outstanding fruit with individual character, free from routine sprays and interventions. This means hand picking, maceration, wild yeasts, lees contact and stirring, barrel maturation and no filtration.

"Good wine can be made in the winery, but fine wine owes its qualities to the vineyard,” Michael Hall.

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