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Semillon

The most unique variety the Hunter Valley produces. The volcanic soil of Broke Fordwich and our old vines provide us with more palate weight and ripeness than most Hunter producers. With age that fuller palate shows even more richness. Our White Label version is selected for its balance between our trademark ripe Semillon fullness and a high natural acidity that allows our style to age beautifully. Each vintage a single block of our old vine Semillon is singled out due its ability to produce a wine with this balance.

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 The most unique variety the Hunter Valley produces. Traditionally a very lean austere wine when young however the volcanic soil of Broke Fordwich provides more palate weight and ripeness than most Hunter producers. 

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SKU: WLSEMI18
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$360.00
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Our Aged Release Semillon has been made in a very pure style and the bottle maturation allows both the young wine and the older wine to be seen in the one glass. 

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SKU: ARSEMI14
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$600.00
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Hunter Valley Wine Show
 
3 September 2018 | Hunter Valley Wine Show

2018 Clear Image Hunter Valley Wine Show Results

The 2018 Clear Image Hunter Valley Wine Show results have seen a great result for Margan Wines. In total 3 Gold Medals, 5 Silver Medals and 10 Bronze Medals were won by Margan Wines at the Show.  Continue »

Gourmet Traveller WINE
 
13 March 2019 | Gourmet Traveller WINE

'Top Release Wines' Aged Release Semillon 2013 - Huon Hooke

This is still remarkably youthful, with an aroma of lemon-pith and lemongrass.  Continue »

James Halliday
 
10 January 2018 | James Halliday

95 points for Aged Release Semillon

Aged Semillon Wine

A classic 5yo Hunter Semillon, now making the transition from youth to maturity

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David Ellis
 
16 October 2017 | David Ellis

One to Note: Margan Semillon 2017

Hunter Valley Semillon

Grown on Margan’s Fordwich Hill vineyard that was originally planted by Lindemans on the wonderful red volcanic soil of the Fordwich Sill in the late 1960s, this vineyard produces wines of a richer, softer style with intense citrus-like flavours, as fruit can be left on the vine for longer than normal to give it increased ripeness of flavour without loss of acidity.

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