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October 4, 2014 Lifestyle Feature No Comments Email Email

Lifestyle FeatureWHEN winemaker Peter Logan married Hannah Murphie back in October 2003 he had a special surprise for her: he’d created a Rosé for the day he labelled Hannah, and not only had it served at their wedding reception, gave a bottle to every guest…

Awww Shucks, you may say – and then, Oh Wow when you hear what a success it’s gone on to be, today rating as one of the most popular labels from Peter and Hannah’s Logan Winery at Orange in NSW’s Central Ranges (and where Hannah, incidentally, is now General Manager.)

A blend of 52% Pinot Meunier, 21% Shiraz, 15% Cabernet France and 12% Pinot Gris, the latest release 2014 Hannah is a lovely easy-drinking drop, one its namesake says she loves for its “freshness, red fruit and spice flavours, appetite-whetting brininess, and a crunchy finish that makes you want just a little more…”

It also has a nice touch of refreshing tannin. At $23 you’ll find it delightful with pastas and accompanying tomato-based sauces, a range of pizzas with tomato and mushroom influences – and with our favourite Rosé match, Indian curries.

ONE TO NOTE: TIM ADAMS has released a 2014 Tim Adams Pinot Gris that’s his tenth as he continues his vision of creating a benchmark Pinot Gris from the Clare Valley – with this one a blend of fruit from both his own vineyard, and that from other local growers with whom he works closely for consistency of quality and style.

Pinot Gris was virtually unknown in the Clare when Tim planted his first vines, and today he can be proud of what he’s achieved in the development of this wonderfully food-friendly drop. His just-released 2014 has dominant pear, lychee and peach flavours, a subtle citrus zest, fruit sweetness and cleansing acidity.

Pay $20 and as we go into our warmer months, start thinking along the lines of this one with seafood and salads, or a range of Asian cuisines.


GREAT with tomato-based pastas, pizzas and Indian curries.

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WITH warmer months near, think this one with seafoods and salads.

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Written by David Ellis

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