Produced by ex-Petaluma winemaker Andrew ‘Ox’ Hardy, this wine is a masterclass in Grenache winemaking. Like lighter style Shiraz? You’ll love this wine. Like Pinot Noir? You’ll also love this wine.
“One of the legendary stories of Australian wine history has just been reborn. I suspect this country has not seen a new release of such pedigree, such depth of history and such sheer and effortless magnificence since the very launch of Hill of Grace itself in 1958.” Tyson Stelzer, May 2019
“Grenache that feels like Pinot Noir. Such a pleasurable wine that’s all about sleek delivery rather than complexity. Coming off Blewitt Springs and McLaren Flat sites, this sees 10% whole bunches and six months in old French oak. It looks like Pinot in the glass too – bright and so inviting. Juicy red cherries and raspberries run rings around the mouth. Some earthiness kicks in late with rungs of spice building on close. Super tasty stuff.” Q Wine Review, April 2021