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.
A beautifully structured, fruit-concentrated red wine that absolutely delivers with integrity, intrigue, class and complexity in a very approachable style.
The color of 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 Miss Harry an exceptional wine that is a delight to drink.
Appellation: Barossa Valley
Winemaker: Dean Hewitson
Sustainability: Sustainable Practices
Soil: Ancient oxidized ferrous soil, limestone and sand to gravel.
Wine PilotAuthor: Ray Jordan Date: Friday, January 1, 2021
"There is such vibrancy and life in this wonderful example of a classic Barossa blend. Bright plum and cherry fruit lift on the nose with a muted background of raisins and blackberry. The palate is soft and supple with a coffee bean vanillin extract mix complimenting the dark fruits perfectly. Seamless and delicious. Cellar: 7 years."
Score: 92 Points
The Wine FrontAuthor: Campbell Mattinson Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2020
"I would call this release reliable, in a good way. It delivers on what you might hope and want. It’s juicy, dark berried and generally well fruited, with just enough redness to its berry profile to add both light and lift. It also has just, just enough oak to lend it some polish. It feels neat, it feels satisfying, it feels entirely enjoyable."
JamesSuckling.comAuthor: James Suckling Date: Wednesday, September 2, 2020
"Striking aromas and flavors of fresh raspberries and crushed roses, violets and some blackberries, as well as plums. So well balanced with such depth of flavor and freshness. Some whole-bunch details, too. A blend of 55% grenache, 20% each of shiraz and mourvedre, the balance carignan and cinsault. The best Miss Harry to date."