Haddo House

The Haddo House range of wines was inspired by the one of Scotland’s grandest
Palladian  style homes,  now controlled by the Scottish National Trust.

Haddo House is set amidst 200 acres of beautiful Scottish Countryside. Designed by William Adam in 1732 for the 2nd Earl of Aberdeen.
The crisp Georgian architecture,lavish Victorian interiors and glorious terraced gardens are a site to behold.
Andrew S Murray’s grandfather,Patrick Moncrieff Murray was the estate agent in charge of the

estate and the farming activities.
Andrew’s father Alan and his two uncles grew up on the estate and shared fond memories of this part of their lives.

The wines under this label are produced from other regions other than Mclaren Vale,
the first being a vibrant Shiraz  from the famous Barossa Valley wine region in South Australia.

It has a spicy and soft oak aroma and combines fresh fruit flavours with a soft tannin finish