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RegionHunter Valley, NSW
Alcohol/VolPhilip: 13.5% / Elizabeth: 10%
Bottles per Case6
Peak DrinkingDrinking now or both wines can be cellared over the medium term
2015 Mount Pleasant Philip Shiraz: This isn't as good as the '14, but is much better than the Philips of 10 or 20 years ago. It is clearly varietal, and clearly Hunter. It's medium-bodied, with a quite fleshy mid-palate, earthy/savoury notes arriving on the finish along with the tannins. As honest as they come, and will surprise and delight those who cellar it for 10 years.
93 points
James HallidayWine Companion
2016 Mount Pleasant Elizabeth Semillon: Pretty as an absolute picture. Well. It’s a beauty. It’s ultra young and yet it’s drinking ultra well. It tastes of stones and citrus, slate and (whispers of) lemongrass. It’s dry to the point of sturdiness, acidic in a mellifluous way. There’s a slight spritz but it’s nothing to worry about. It’s long. One sip and I was hooked.
94 points
Campbell MattinsonThe Wine Front

Exclusive to the McWilliam’s Online Cellar is a mixed pack that celebrates two stalwarts of Mount Pleasant Estate, Philip Shiraz and Elizabeth Semillon. The wines are named after Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip so together, they are the Royal Mixed Pack.

In the Royal Mixed Pack there are three bottles of Philip and three bottles of Elizabeth and showcase the hallmarks of Hunter Valley regionality which produce wonderful examples of Shiraz and Semillon.

  • 2015 Mount Pleasant Philip Shiraz – aromas of fresh red and black berries coupled with spice and hints of blue fruits. An intense palate of fresh fruits with a beautifully fine tannin structure. Classically medium bodied, exhibiting true Hunter regionality with its perfectly balanced acidity and impeccable length. Rated 93 points leading Australian wine critic James Halliday. Alc/Vol: 13.5%.
  • 2016 Mount Pleasant Elizabeth Semillon – Classic citrus characters of lime & lemongrass predominate with wonderful intensity and purity. An elegant yet intense palate of pure Semillon fruit providing great line & length. Rated 94 points by leading Australian wine critic Campbell Mattinson. Alc/Vol: 10%
Weight 8 kg
Dimensions 27 x 18 x 35 cm

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