The palate is in the Hunter Valley medium bodied style and does not disappoint with lashings of juicy cherry fruit integrated with fine tannins throughout the palate and a fresh lingering acidity. The wine is combination of flavour, softness and lightness.
Hungerford Hill is proud to release its 2020 Hunter Valley Fiano. Pale straw-yellow in colour with aromas of mandarin and garden herbs, this textural wine finishes with a refreshing lemon acidity for which our Fiano is well known for.
Deep red in colour, a heightened aroma of mocha coffee and spicy dark fruits with a creamy vanillan oak background note. The palate is both powerful and voluminous with layers of unravelling flavour of plumb and blueberry fruits balanced with very fine and structured tannins that linger.
Gewurztraminer is one of the most distinctive white wines in the world with its intensely perfumed aroma and crisp flavoursome palate. The warm Hunter Valley climate emboldens a powerful yet balanced style brimming with floral, herbaceous and spicy charm.
Inspired by the original plantings, the Temparnillo & Touriga are now back in this historic vineyard, reviving the property of this rich history. 2020 is the first harvest in the this recent chapter for the vineyard producing a savoury and medium bodied dry red.
Both varieties where picked at the same time, allowing us to ferment the varieties together. Using old French oak barriques this softens and allows no influence of new oak characters maintaining a lightness to the wines.
Palate: Red fruit of plums and cherry, accompanied by subtle spice and a textural finish.
Hungerford Hill Single Dalwood Vineyard Chardonnay grows in sandy loam soil on the south bank of the Hunter River. The 2019 vintage was warm and dry. The fruit was hand picked in early February and is exotic with ripe flavours of peach and melon, and a creamy palate with well integrated oak.
The palate is in the Hilltops medium bodied style and does not disappoint with lashings of juicy cherry fruit integrated with fine tannins throughout the palate and a fresh lingering acidity. The wine is combination of flavour, softness and lightness.
This mixed pack contains six different styles of white wine ranging from an iconic Hunter Semillon to a premium Tumbarumba Chardonnay. And with Fiano, Vermentino, Fume Blanc and Verdelho all included, you can choose a wine that's either a classic or a conversation starter, depending on how you're feeling. Expect fruity, floral flavours that ooze elegance, best served with locally caught fresh seafood.
2 x Hunter Semillon 2 x Hunter Vermentino 2 x Hunter Valley Fiano 2 x Hunter Valley Verdelho 2 x Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2 x Fume Blanc
This is a who's who of Hungerford reds, split between the Hunter Valley and cool-climate Hilltops region. The spectrum of medium to full-bodied reds is covered, from Sangiovese to our Heavy Metal Shiraz/Cabernet blend, with in Cab Sauv, Corvina a juicy Hunter Shiraz all making an appearance. All these wines are perfect for food and will pair with a wide variety of dishes, so don't be afraid to call your friends and invite them over (if they haven't already invited themselves).
4 x Hunter Valley Shiraz 4 x Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon 1 x Heavy Metal 2 x Hilltops Corvina 1 x Hilltops Sangiovese
Featuring reds and whites from various NSW regions, this mixed pack showcases some of Hungerford's favourite wines. Whether you're after a classic Hunter Shiraz or something a little left field, like a Hilltops Corvina or Tumbarumba Fume Blanc, there's a wine for every long lunch, dinner party and late night conversation.
2 x Hilltops Corvina 2 x Hunter Valley Shiraz 2 x Hilltops Cabernet Sauvignon 2 x Hunter Vermentino 2 x Hunter Valley Verdelho 2 x Tumbarumba Fume Blanc
The 2019 Sangiovese is vibrant with wild red cherry and violet fruit with a long and savoury palate.
Sangiovese thrives in the well drained red soils of the Hilltops region near Young, NSW; The dry climate and long growing season of warm sunny days and cold nights produces an intensely flavoured and classically styled wine.
The Revee vineyard is located in Tumbarumba, NSW. This is a high altitude, cold climate area in the western foothills of the Snowy Mountain ranges. It has long cold winters with frequent snow, followed by warm summer days and cool nights. An opulent wine with ripe fig, white peach and honey dew melon fruit flavours which lead onto a creamy roasted nut palate with well integrated oak and "Wild" ferment complexity.
The hesperia vineyard is located in Tumbarumba, NSW. This is a high altitude, cold climate area in the western foothills of the Snowy Mountain ranges. It has long cold winters with frequent snow, followed by warm summer days and cool nights. The basis of this cool climate Chardonnay from Tumbarumba is the expression of citrus fruit integrated with subtle yet stylish battonage (lees aging) and seasoned oak nuances expressed as layers of complexity consistent both in the aroma and palate.
Hailing from the high-altitude region of Tumbarumba ensures this Chardonnay has intense fruit characters of peach and honeydew melon, while a small amount of malolactic fermentation has lead to a creamy palate.
Medium yellow with green hues. An intriguing and attractively generous bouquet of grapefruit, nectarine skin and lime pith. The fruit aromas are married harmoniously with underlying barrel ferment characters of gun-flint and oyster shell. While the palate is full flavoured the flavours are succulent and their frame ultimately crisp and refreshing.
The 2017 Sweetwater Estate Shiraz and Cabernet blocks were picked on the 18th and 27th February. The warm dry 2017 vintage resulted in beautifully ripe and pristine fruit. Deep red with plum, blackberry, sage and cassis aromas with fine grained tannins.
The warm and dry 2018 vintage resulted in beautifully ripe pristine fruit. Deeply coloured with fragrant cherry plum and violet aromas. The natural fermentation process was completed with maturation in oak barrels to produce a velvety soft palate with admiral length.
Blackberry and jubey raspberry, cedar and tobacco, a pleasant earthiness and violet perfume. It’s medium to full-bodied, firm grainy almost gravelly tannin, something like iodine in there too, and a firm and slightly hard finish, tannin gripping as it goes.