Hayshed Hill


Michael Kerrigan realised a dream of buying some coveted vineyards in the Willyabrup Valley in Margaret river, and founded Hayshed Hill.  Kerrigan made his name at Madfish and Howard Park, but at Hayshed Hill he wanted to make a style of wine that he wanted to make.

Launched in 2006, he is still getting to know his vineyards and looking after its old vines. High scoring from the likes of James Halliday, the company is named after the century old hay shed that has stood on the property from when it was a dairy farm.  The Pitchfork range are entry level wines that are really wonderful value for money, and the winery named wines add complexity and even more finesse that Margaret River is well known for. 

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Pitchfork Cabernet Merlot 2018 75cl
Incredibly elegant with superbly ripe dark fruit and beautifully subtle hints of rosemary and mint, typical of Margaret River Cabernet. The tannins are ripe and the seductive smoky edge of oak is beautifully integrated. 91 points James Suckling Former winemaker...
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Pitchfork Chardonnay 2019 75cl
Cool, structured and fresh, this Chardonnay has ripe citrus notes with hints of fresh pineapple and a wonderful core of acidity running through its spine. There is no oak on this wine just pure, unadulterated fruit. 90 points James Halliday...
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Pitchfork Semillon Sauvignon Blanc 2019 75cl
Classic lifted semillon and sauvignon blanc aromas. Lemon/lime, gooseberry, pine needles, green mango and passion fruit with distinctive grassy edge. Intensely flavoured, pristine fruit with a clean and zippy palate. Fresh fruit flavours of lemon, passionfruit and pineapple. The palate...
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Pitchfork Shiraz 2018 75cl
Luscious dark plums and black cherries are complemented by silky chocolate and subtle notes of sweet spice and toasty oak. Elegant and re ned, this wine has charm by the bottle load. 90 points James Halliday Former winemaker at Howard...
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