AUS: Hardys introduce four HRB wines

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Australian winemaker Hardys has released four new wines as part of the HRB (Heritage Reserve Bin) range.

The range includes Clare Valley Tasmanian Riesling 2008, Margaret River Adelaide Hills Pemberton Chardonnay 2007, Adelaide Hills Clare Valley Shiraz 2006 and Coonawarra Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon 2006.

"The four HRB wines represent blends which, we believe, have never before been attempted," said Hardys winemaker Paul Lapsley. "Each year we'll continue to challenge opinions on terroir and the art of blending with new wines offering new regional profiles."

The recommended retail price for the Riesling and Chardonnay is US$32.99, and US$39.99 for the Shiraz and Cabernet.

Sectors: Wine

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