Pitchfork Shiraz 2010 (6 x 750mL), Margaret River, WA.

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The 2010 vintage in Margaret River was in two distinct phases. Early in the season it was warm to hot and very dry. The fruit was scrupulously clean due to the lack of spring rain, making bright, clean and very fruit expressive wines.

While the height of summer was quite warm the season broke very quickly with temperatures dropping dramatically in late March proving beneficial as it allowed more time on the vine for the red varieties and prevented excessive sugar build up in the grapes which has moderated alcohol in the final wines. Red grapes need time on the vine to produce fine supple tannins and this is the key attribute evident from the cooler second half of the vintage in 2010 reds.

WA - Margaret River
Western Australia

Winery Tasting Notes


Vibrant youthful brilliant hue of good depth colour.


Ripe cherry and plum fruits with chocolaty influences.


The palate displays good depth of fruit concentration, ripe sweet fruit fleshiness in the mid palate and good flavour extension.

WA - Margaret River
Grape Style
Shiraz / Syrah
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

Hay Shed Hill is located in the heart of the Margaret River "golden triangle" near the Moss Wood, Evans and Tate, Cullen and Howard Park wineries. Planted in 1973 with Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc - Hay Shed Hill produces world-class wines that reflect the place of their origin. Winemaker Michael Kerrigan is one of the most respected in Australia with twelve years as Chief Winemaker of Howard Park and Madfish Wines.

Pitchfork Range

The modern Australian food and lifestyle needs modern Australian wine. Friends and family, casual dining, good primary food ingredients presented simply so as to highlight the quality of the produce. The wine needs to complement this experience and should be clean and bright expressing the quality of the fruit not secondary influences of fermentation, oak and other processing gimmicks. The modern Australian food and lifestyle needs modern Australian wine - there is no better source of modern Australian wine than off an old Australian vineyard.

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