Hardy`s Nottage Hill Cabernet Shiraz 2009 (6 x 750mL), SE AUS RRP$10.95

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RRP $10.95

$6.99 per Bottle
$41.94 per pack
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Deep red with a bouquet of plum and blackcurrant with spice undertones. The palate is smooth and mouth filling with sweet ripe plum and bright red berry fruits - a very well balanced wine with good length.

AUS - Multi-regional

Winery Tasting Notes


Deep red.


Ripe plum and blackcurrants with spice and cigar box oak undertones.


Smooth with the mouth filling palate displaying generous sweet, ripe plum and bright red berry fruits. This wine is well balanced with integrated spicy oak, fine tannins and length of fruit on the finish.

Food Matching

Five spice master stock duck with Asian greens Moroccan spiced lamb.

Wine Background

Since 1884 when Thomas Hardy Nottage began a 60-year career looking after the vineyards, the passion and dedication of the Nottage family has been a treasured part of Hardys history. As cousins to the Hardys, four generations of Nottage’s helped build the success of our wines and, to this day, precious vines flourish on the hill that bears their name.

Nottage Hill was released in 1967 to honour and celebrate the contribution of Thomas Hardy Nottage. The first wine was a Cabernet Shiraz sourced from Nottage Hill in McLaren Vale. Nottage Hill wines are at the heartland of Hardys portfolio. Known for their consistency, approachable style and balance, Nottage Hill has become a favourite around the world.

AUS - Multi-regional
Grape Style
Cabernet Blends
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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One passion since 1853.

Hardys sources fruit from the premium grape growing regions of Australia to craft wines of character and diversity. Over 150 years of heritage is marked by six generations of inspiring characters, stories and world class innovation. Hardys' reputation for uncompromising quality has led to 2700 medals being awarded over the past decade and its wines being enjoyed around the world.

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