2009 | Ben Haines Syrah | Museum Release

2009 | Ben Haines Syrah | Museum Release


The first release of our Museum program celebrating 10 years of Ben Haines Wine this year.

“This ‘09 debuted when released in ‘12. How is it now? Superb. Its dark purple-red hue belies its age. A whorl of dark plums, blackberries with mint chocolate, coffee grounds and cedary oak. It’s still sturdily structured with plenty of time ahead of it.” - Jane Faulkner, Halliday Wine Companion 2020

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Vineyard Information

Central Victoria to me is a spice rack of exciting geologies and soil types, from the quartz and ironstone-laced granite soils of the Strathbogie Ranges in the east, to the rich russet red Cambrian soils of Heathcote in the west – with so many jewels in between.

One such jewel is Nagambie Lakes – an intriguing and captivating sub-region of the Goulburn Valley largely defined by its ancient riverine landscapes, invigorating lakes and billabongs, and some of the oldest vines in the world. The site for the 2009 Ben Haines Syrah tells of its ancient geological history etched out by the majestic Goulburn River, the surrounding mountain ranges and the enigmatic Heathcote-Graytown goldfields.

This wine is currently only available for members and limited to 6 bottles per person. To become a member you need to have spent a minimum of $300 on our online store and sign up to our newsletter.