Michael Hall 'Sang De Pigeon' Shiraz
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A belter of a Barossa shiraz here. A real ace to have up your sleeve midweek. The mysterious name? Well, it comes from Michael’s time as a jeweller. The sang or ‘blood’ of the pigeon was only given to the reddest rubies in the biz. An energetic drop like this won’t fail to put a pep in your step. Plenty of juicy black fruit with a hint of black tea and dry, spicy tannins to finish. Deadset delicious.
We can’t help but get around this Adelaide Hills winemaker. His small batch ethos? To make wines that’ll be “loved by some rather than liked by all”. Michael is a champion of super specific terroirs. A past life as a Sotheby’s jewellery evaluator serves him well as he meticulously observes wine subtleties. With his keen eye and passion for slow artisanal craft, he creates wines with big, distinctive personalities that won’t fade into bland anonymity. Someone get us a glass, stat!