Barossa Valley, Australia
A blend of wine made from grapes, 78% Shiraz, from vineyards on the Western Ridge. Vinified separately and aged for about a year in French and American oak barrels prior to final selection and blending; bottled without filtration. Opens with floral aromas with notes of dark chocolate, sweet spice and black cherry, followed by white pepper and liquorice. The palate is tight and elegant with blackberry and mineral notes to the fore; supported by supple tannins. Named after Reginald Hahn, an early pioneer of the Barossa Valley as a future wine producing region.