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.
This Hunter Valley Rosé is made from our Dalwood vineyard on the banks of the Hunter River. It is fragrant and elegant with ripe red berry aromas. The palate is smooth with a long savoury texture and crisp refreshing finish. Serve lightly chilled.
Hungerford Hill Single Dalwood Vineyard Chardonnay grows in sandy loam soil on the south bank of the Hunter River. The 2020 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.
Vermentino hails from Italy’s Liguria region and the Mediterranean Islands of Sardinia and Corsica. Vermentino thrives in the warm climate of the Lower Hunter Valley with its thick skins and vibrant acidity. The wines are light to medium bodied with a textured palate. Produced from the St. Vernay Vineyard below the Hungerford Hill Cellar Door, it was handpicked and ‘wild’ fermented with natural yeast in older barriques; adding fabulous texture and weight to the quince and lime aromas.
This mixed pack contains four different styles of Hunter Valley white wine including an iconic Hunter Semillon , Chardonnay, Vermentino and Fiano 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 or minerally flavours that ooze elegance and best served with locally caught fresh seafood.
4 x Semillon 4 x Hunter Vermentino 2 x Hunter Valley Fiano 2 x Hunter Valley Chardonnay
The 2018 vintage was warm and dry in the lower Hunter Valley, resulting in beautifully ripe Semillon with fragrant lemon and lime fruit and crisp natural acidity. Being preservative free this wine is best enjoyed as a young wine, it is not suitable for cellaring.
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.
Dalwood Estate Chardonnay grows in sandy loam soil on the south bank of the Hunter River. The 2020 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.
Dalwood Estate Semillon grows in sandy loam soil on the south bank of the Hunter River. The 2020 vintage was warm, dry and low yielding. The fruit was hand picked in mid January and is fragrant with lemongrass aromas and a pure and elegant palate.
Preservative Free Chardonnay Tumbarumba 2017
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.