Mcwilliam's

The McWilliam family name stands for a long history of excellence in winemaking, a tradition which stretches back to the earliest days of the Australian wine industry. Since 1877, when founder Samuel McWilliam first planted vines on the banks of the Murray River in New South Wales, the McWilliam family have produced six consecutive generations of winemakers.

The wines made by McWilliam's are more than just benchmark expressions of Australian winemaking. They are wines that draw on more than 135 years of experience, wines that tell a story of a family's passion for winemaking.

Since the time Samuel McWilliam planted his first vines, the McWilliam family history has been closely intertwined with the stories of the New South Wales and Australian wine industries. From JJ McWilliam's ambitious plan to pioneer Griffith as a wine region to more recent viticultural ventures in other parts of New South Wales, the McWilliam family has been a leader in the journey that has seen Australian wines move to the forefront of international respect and popularity. From humble beginnings, the family winery has continued to grow in size and stature. The knowledge, skill and passion that results from such a long family involvement in the Australian wine industry is the reason behind the quality and distinction of each bottle of wine produced by McWilliam's.

A philosophy of excellence in winemaking has been the backbone of the family vision for over a century, with a particular emphasis on sourcing the finest fruit possible. The continued popularity and acclaim for the wines of McWilliam's is testament to an unfaltering mission that has been carried from each generation to the next, like a family heirloom.

Today, McWilliam's sources from vineyards in premium wine regions across New South Wales, including the Riverina, Hilltops, Tumbarumba and Orange. The family has honoured Samuel McWilliam's faith in the value of the New South Wales land and climate by continuing to lead and further the growth of the local wine industry.

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McWilliam's Hanwood Estate Shiraz 2017
" Nearly opaque violet color. Aromas and flavors of mocha, dark cranberry nut toast, and delicate spices with a supple, crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a seamless, charming, medium-length spices berries and green apples, cocoa, pepper, and cedar finish with chewy, dusty tannins and light oak.
Item Number: 29339
Bottle:$8.95
Case: $107.40
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McWilliam's Hanwood Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
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A youthful bright crimson red colour with hints of purple hues. This elegant and powerful Cabernet Sauvignon shows lifted aromas of ripe berry and fresh mint before leading to a palate of wild berry and blackcurrant fruit flavours. Spicy cedar oak and grippy tannins complement the flavours and
Item Number: 6978
Bottle:$8.95
Case: $107.40
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McWilliam's Hanwood Estate Chardonnay 2016
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Chardonnay is full flavored with creamy tropical fruit characters of pineapple, melon and white peach with a long soft oak finish. This wine has well balanced, fresh acidity with a nutty oak character reflecting the gentle oak treatment and creamy texture from the partial malolactic fermentation. A
Item Number: 3554
Bottle:$8.45
Case: $101.40
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McWilliam's Hanwood Estate Shiraz 2014
This appealing dry red is soft and spicy with mouth filling flavours of ripe berries well matched with light tannins. An everyday drinking style which delivers real value for money.