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McHenry Hohnen - Amigos Red 2017

Mchenry Hohnen - Amigos Red 2017

Type Red
Grapes Syrah / Shiraz, Grenache, Mataro, Mourvedre
Country/Region Australia, Margaret River
Food pairing Meat, Beef, Lamb, Cheese, Hard cheese
Vintage 2017
Alcohol 13.8%
Product number: 231971
£15.90
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This classic southern Rhone blend bursts with aromas of blood orange and fresh raspberry, over notes of fragrant black pepper. The palate is both savoury and primary with aromas of dark forest fruit. Pepper and wild thyme persist on the finish.

The grapes are grown in the Hazel's vineyard in the southern part of the Margaret River. The free draining and moderately fertile soils restrict the growth of these normally vigorous varieties. Vineyard management embraces sustainable 'Old School' practices that mark a return to methods that were commonly used before the rise of modern, large scale agriculture.

About McHenry Hohnen
McHenry Hohnen Vintners was founded in 2004 as a venture between pioneer Margaret River winemaker David Hohnen and his brother-in-law and vine-grower, Murray McHenry. All the grapes are sourced from family owned vineyards in the southern part of the Margaret River region. The McHenry Hohnen intention is to shape wines with verve and vitality. This is done by embracing a 'hands-off' winemaking philosophy, where each wine is a focussed expression of its variety, its growing season and its individual site. Viticultural practices embrace old-school holistic farming philosophies and biodynamic practices which cultivate an environment where the soil and its organisms, along with plants, insects and animals, co-exist in a thriving equilibrium.

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