James Halliday Results - 2013 Australian Wine Companion

Date Posted:12 September 2012 

The highly anticipated 2013 Edition has just been released and Hugh Hamilton Wines was again rated 5 stars and a whopping eleven of our wines have been awarded 90 points or above.
 
Coveted Best of the Best Lists:
Best Wineries of the Region – Hugh Hamilton made it to this coveted list (only 10% of McLaren Vale wineries)
Best of the Best by Variety  – ‘The Oddball’ Saperavi is in the top Other Reds
 
‘Black Blood II’ Church Vineyard Shiraz 2010 – 95 points
“The colour is not quite up to that of the of the other Single Vineyard Shiraz, but the texture and flavour profile of the full-bodied palate is quite different; here you’ll find sombre black fruits and bitter chocolate emerging the moment the wine enters the mouth; the finish is distinctly savoury, the tannins playing an important role in balancing the alcohol.” James Halliday
 
‘Black Blood I’ Cellar Vineyard Shiraz 2010 – 94 points
“Bright crimson; the luscious palate is lively and fresh, with nuances of black cherry and liquorice to go with the foundation of blackberry, plum and dark chocolate; the length and balance are good despite the alcohol.” James Halliday
 
‘The Oddball’ Saperavi 2010 – 94 points
‘The Oddball’ Saperavi 2009 – 93 points
2010: “Deep, dense purple-crimson; floods the palate with red and black cherry, warm spices and fine, soft tannins; carries its alcohol with ludicrous ease.” James Halliday
 
‘Shearer’s Cut’ Hand Picked Shiraz 2010
94 points
 
‘The Villain’ Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
94 points - sold out
 
‘The Rascal’ Shiraz 2010 - 93 points
 
‘Loose Cannon’ Viognier 2011 - 93 points
 
‘The Ratbag’ Merlot 2010 - 92 points - sold out
 
‘Jekyll & Hyde’ Shiraz Viognier 2010 - 91 points
 
‘The Floozie’ Sangiovese Rosé 2011 - 90 points


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