HRB stands for Heritage Reserve Bin and Hardy’s have a history of blending by taking the best grapes from the best regions and creating exceptional wines. This sees fruit from recognised Riesling powerhouses Clare Valley and Tasmania.
Hardy’s, HRB D679, Riesling, Clare Valley, Tasmania, 2018
A vibrant light gold/green hue. Aromas of lime cordial, lime leaf, greengage and apple skin with match green tea subtleties. A precise, exact palate with intense focus and concentration. Displaying delicate power and an incredibly long bright and juicy finish. Outstanding.
Wine sample courtesy of Accolade Wines
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