Hardy's `HRB D649` Shiraz 2009 (6 x 750mL), McLaren Vale/Clare Valley.

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$33.99 per Bottle
$203.94 per pack
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History shows that in 1865 Thomas Hardy crafted his first dual region wine, blending grapes from two separate South Australian regions. Hardy believed that blending grapes with different characteristicswould complement and enhance the qualities of each region. So began Hardys rich blending heritage.

The forth vintage of HRB Shiraz (2009) is sourced from premium vineyards in McLaren Vale and the Clare Valley.

This unique blend has resulted in a wine of intense varietal expression and finesse – the muscle and power of McLaren Vale combined with the inky red fruits and mint of the Clare Valley. Sweet fruit, fine tannin and length of palate are hallmarks of the HRB range.

SA - Other South Australian
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes


Deep magenta red with vibrant purple hues.


Complex, with aromas of bright dark fruits of blackcherry, plum and blueberry, and complimented by rich chocolate undertones. Spicy fine vanillin oak adds to overall balance.


The rich, soft palate displays wonderful Shiraz fruit concentration. The sweet fruit flavours are balanced by savoury, ripe tannins and lead into a cool, long finish. Flavours of dark chocolate and plum conserve persist, and the generous mouthfeel is enhanced by the lingering spicy oak.

Food Matching

Perfect accompaniment to any lamb dish.


Up to 10 years.

SA - Other South Australian
Grape Style
Shiraz / Syrah
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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