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John Lewis reviews Margan Merlot 2013

Newcastle Herald, May 2015 – John Lewis “Made from grapes grown on Andrew Margan’s Ceres Hill vineyard at Broke, this juicy drop has 14.5 percent alcohol, is ruby red and has berry pastille and lavender scents. The front palate has ripe mulberry flavour, the middle rhubarb, spearmint, spice and cedary oak and earthy tannins come through […]

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SHIRAZ SAIGNEE’S A ROSÉ BY ANY NAME

Vintnews 25/05/2015 -David Ellis THE Hunter Valley’s Andrew Margan is a dab hand with Rosé, and a 2014 Shiraz Saignee Rosé he’s recently released is a nice creamy drop whose aromas and flavours are almost akin to a romp through a lolly shop. Saignee is a French term referring to the juice that’s run-off from […]

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Carla Grossetti writes about the Margan 100 Metre Meal

The Original 100-Metre Meal @ Margan Restaurant The Hunter Valley’s ascension to culinary stardom was cemented with the arrival of Margan 10 years ago. While wine was at the forefront of Andrew and Lisa Margan’s early form in the region – they have been making wine in the district for about two decades – the […]

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Our White Label Lunch in The Herald

Vintage Talk in Superb Setting -Jim Keller Newcastle Herald, May, 2015 THERE is something to be said for a lunch where the main topic of conversation is wine. The 10th annual Margan’s White Label Lunch in the winery’s barrel room is such an event. The event is so popular (sold out at $135 per head) […]

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Ralph Kyte-Powell reviews Margan Semillon

Sydney Morning Herald – March 24th, 2015 – Ralph Kyte-Powell (@ralphkp) Margan Hunter Valley Semillon is a little riper and fuller in youth than most. Aromas of lemon curd, steel and smoke lead into a round, clean palate with a fresh zip on the finish. Vintage: 2014 Score: 89 Ageing: Drink over three years Food […]

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Tony Keys reviews Margan Field Blend “Block 11″ 2013

The Key Report – March 15th, 2015 -Tony Keys “Shiraz leads the blend with other parts being tempranillo and mataro. It’s a good, soft, easy drinking wine. 90 points value at $15.”

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A Rare beauty : Margan Semillon 2014

VintNews – March 16th, 2015 -David Ellis ONE TO NOTE:  A 2014 Semillon from Margan Family Winegrowers’ forty year old vines at Broke in the Hunter Valley is drinking superbly right now – but for those with the patience, it’ll do so even more rewardingly if you let it age to classic Hunter Semillon complexity […]

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Tony Keys reviews Margan Shiraz 2013

The Key Report, 27th February 2015 : The accompanying notes say, “The fruit for this wine was ripe and concentrated.” It comes across on the palate as my tasting notes mention, ripe and good concentration. Lovely drop, all it should be. 93 points and value at $22. Buy Margan Shiraz 2013 now

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Liz Love reviews Margan Restaurant

RESTAURANT REVIEW: Margan Restaurant By LIZ LOVE Jan. 23, 2015, 9:30 p.m. SINCE the recent good rains, the Broke-Fordwich sub-region of the Hunter Valley is revelling in a new, green lease of life. Healthy cattle and sheep graze on lush pastures, dams are refreshed and vines are putting on a flush of growth in preparation […]

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Women in Business – Lisa Margan

Hunter Business Review – December Most days start with a walk for Lisa Margan, it’s a chance for her to clear her head and focus on the busy day ahead. As Co-owner and Director of Margan Wines and The Landing bar and kitchen, it’s also quite possibly the only quiet time she gets in a […]

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David Ellis reviews Margan Chardonnay

Vintnews – 15/12/14 -David Ellis ONE TO NOTE: THE Hunter Valley’s Andrew Margan, on the other hand, is a traditionalist planning on matching this year’s family honey-baked ham on Christmas Day with his 2014 Margan Chardonnay, a very rewarding drop at a nicely-priced $18 for those of us to whom Chardonnay will always remain a […]

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Windsor Dobbin reviews Margan Field Blend Red – Block 11

Margan Field Blend Red – Block 11 Ciao Magazine – 20 November, 2014 Windsor Dobbin “This is probably the cheapest wine in the range of Hunter Valley winery Margan, but it is also one of the most accessible and immediately enjoyable. A no-fuss blend of shiraz, tempranillo and Mataro grapes grown in the same vineyard; […]

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Tony Love reviews Margan Field Blend White – Block 8

Margan Field Blend White – Block 8 The Advertiser – 22 November, 2014 Tony Love “One vineyard block with multiple varieties picked and vinified together – a traditional practice now seeing a revival of sorts. Here it’s Semillon, naturally in the Hunter, with sauvignon blanc and pinot grigo; the result being cut grass characters, a squeeze […]

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David Ellis reviews Margan Field Blend

Vintnews – 24 November, 2014 David Ellis “In a somewhat back to the future move, the Hunter Valley’s Andrew Margan has released a white and a red emulating this old practice, labelling them Field Blend White – Block 8 and Field Blend Red – Block 11. The white comprises predominantly Semillon and smaller amounts of […]

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Margan Chardonnay in James Halliday’s Top 100

The Australian – 22nd November 2014 James Halliday   Margan Family Hunter Valley Chardonnay 2014 Rating: 92 points Estate-grown; part of the wine was matured for 6 months in new French barriques, then back-blended with the stainless steel component, and bottled without delay. It is fresh and lively, with good varietal expression in a grapefruit/stone fruit […]

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