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McGuigan Bin 3000 Merlot
Limestone Coast
Available by the dozen
Whilst the main McGuigan winery is situated within the heart of the picturesque Hunter Valley, McGuigan's multi award winning wines can source fruit from a wide and varied expanse of good vineyards. The primary aim of the innovative winemaking team is to produce a range of complimentary wine styles that deliver exceptional quality and consistency. To achieve this goal, parcels of Merlot grapes from choice sites have been assembled into Bin 3000, achieving a vibrant plummy wine with luxurious mouthfeel and gentle tannins.
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McGuigan Simeon Wines, being Australia's third biggest listed winemaker, retains an impressive inventory of prestigious vineyards. To ensure quality of fruit is consistent for Bin 3000, winemakers spend a considerable amount of time amongst the vines. Grapes are sourced from various irrigated and dry land vineyards, harvested at optimum flavour ripeness throughout the cool of night. The must is vinified for several days at moderate temperatures. After primary fermentation, the grapes are pressed then clarified before being inoculated with malolactic bacteria. Once this secondary fermentation is complete the wine is assembled and matured in oak barrels prior to finishing, filtration and bottling.
 
Plum colour with a deep red hue. Mocha and caramel aromas over a bouquet of raspberry jam, dark cherry and complex fruits of the forest. Rounded vanilla and caramel palate is balanced by intense fruit flavours of raspberry, cherry and ripe plum. A great accompaniment to dishes such as lamb sausages and roast duck legs. A fully balanced wine, the subtle oak flavours integrate perfectly with the lifted raspberry and persistent dark ripe plum fruit flavours. The rich and rounded palate has good depth and intensity of flavour. Bin 3000 delivers a solidly structured red wine with a well rounded finish to be enjoyed now alongsde lamb or lasagna, succulent roasts or runny, washed rind cheese.
McGuigan Bin 7000 Chardonnay
Hunter Valley
Available by the dozen
The Hunter Valley is Australia's oldest wine growing region, its slubrious alluvial flats produce richly full flavoured wines. McGuigan's hand picked team of consummate wine makers are continuously searching for the best grapes whilst marrying the best of modern techniques with generations of wine making tradition. McGuigan's Bin Range has been a long time favourite in Australia. A creamy Chardonnay wine with a ripe peach palate which drinks effortlessly, Bin 7000 is fashioned for today's contemporary lifestyles and relaxed everyday enjoyment.
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The McGuigan's love of wine began with Owen McGuigan, born in the Hunter Valley 1869. Working in the vineyards became the life's blood and passion for all of Owen McGuigan's family. From those early pioneering days, successive generations have been at the forefront of the Australian wine industry, shaping some of the nation's great brands and most memorable vintages. McGuigan invite you to savour the inimitable experience which is Hunter Valley Chardonnay. Grapes were harvested from estate owned and operated vineyards and treated to a gentle air bag press. Juices were partially clarified before fermentation in French oak barriques wich infuse a lovely buttery oak influence to the final wine.
 
Pale gold colour. A delightful, fruit driven wine exhibiting the classic Chardonnay characters of tropical fruit. overtones of citrus and the slightest influence of oak. Bin 7000 exhibits the rich flavours of tropical fruit and citrus, a medium bodied wine with a creamy mouthfeel, a fresh crisp finish and exemplary persistence. A thoroughly invigorating white wine with a fresh crisp finish, to be enjoyed now as an aperitif or splendid accompaniment to all fine gourmandise.
McGuigan Wines is the culmination of the McGuigan family's involvement in the Australian wine industry for more than fifty years

Brian McGuigan is recognised as a trailblazer in viticulture, with world class vineyards utilising best viticultural practices. McGuigan was named Australian Wine Company of the Year at the 2003 Winestate Magazine Awards. The Award was given on the strength of McGuigan's wines in extensive tastings run by the magazine during the past 12 months. All the tastings are run 'blind', assuring that wine quality is the only measure.

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Four generations of the McGuigan family have made wine their life. Some of Australia's greatest brands have been shaped by the McGuigan spirit, and their 80-plus years of winemaking. McGuigan Simeon is the second largest vineyard holder in Australia, with vines planted across all the premium regions in the country. Most of the vineyards are located in the upper and Lower Hunter Valley, Cowra, Mudgee, the Barossa Valley, Limestone Coast and the Riverland.

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From a standing start in 1992, McGuigan Wines now has the 2nd largest vineyard holdings in Australia. This capacity translates to more than 225,000 tonnes across the group. To process these quantities, five state of the art wineries run year round, each with very specific winemaking duties.

The Buronga Hill winery is one of the largest in Australia. Established in 1984 in the Sunraysia district, it is designed for large-scale, high quality winemaking. New technologies are introduced each year to the winery, which crushes in excess of 100,000 tonnes of fruit annually. The intake of grapes comes from 500 local contract growers, who are part of an extended family. Winemaker Kim Hart is in charge of this imposing facility, and is in regular contact with each of the growers, ensuring a continuous supply of high-quality material to the winery.

Located just down the road from Hunter Ridge, the Hermitage Road winery is among the top three in the Hunter Valley for both size and technical excellence. This winery crushes around 6000 tonne of fruit each vintage, drawing from the Hunter Valley, Mudgee and Cowra. The winery also processes a further four million litres of juice from other vineyards throughout Australia.

The McGuigan Wineries are at Hunter Ridge and Hermitage Road in NSW, Yaldara in the Barossa Valley, Buronga in Sunraysia, and Loxton in the NSW Riverland. Built in 1989, the technologically advanced winemaking, blending and maturation facility at Hermitage Road was specially constructed and equipped to handle premium grapes and juice in a focused and special way. Accordingly, the wines produced here are premium McGuigan products, such as Personal Reserve and Genus 4. With a capacity to produce up to 50,000 cases of top quality wine, the winery has more than 2000 oak barrels (French and American oak) and 50 small maturation and blending tanks. Peter Hall oversees the management of Hunter Ridge, which is located on Hermitage Road in Pokolbin.

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The Loxton winery has been a fixture in Australia's historic Riverland since 1948. Over the years, technologies have been introduced to make the winery capable of crushing 64,000 tonnes every year. While technology allows this growth, a strong focus on small batch processing for premium wines remains. More than half of the grape supply processed at Loxton is sourced from company vineyards.

The acquisition of Yaldara winery in 2001 allowed a considerable expansion of the McGuigan winemaking facilites. The Yaldara winery was built in 1947, and is one of the biggest facilities in the Barossa Valley. Most significantly, the Yaldara facility allows small batch processing of some of McGuigan's most popular wines, including the Bin Range. Quality barrel fermentation is now spread across more of the portfolio, and quality has increased markedly. The Yaldara winery, seeping with history, is responsible for McGuigan's South Australian production. Winemaker Thomas Jung manages the winemaking, bottling and maturation with strict guidance and expert care.

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