Pungent leafy, herbal and cedar notes with redcurrant, cranberries and a hints of pencil shavings. Silky front palate with licorice, ripe, slightly raisined, red fruits. Smooth velvet tannins travel on through a long herbal finish. More Bordeaux that Rhone in...
fresh cherries with a slight herbal and floral note. Dry, medium bodied at the most. Juicy sour cherry and raspberry flavours. Lighter expression of Shiraz in a traditional Hunter River Burgundy style making this wine extremely versatile at the table.
Nutty lees contact driven nose with a slight saline note as well as cedar oak. Dry medium bodied wine with lemony acidity and medium finish.
Classic nose full of lemons and lanolin but also nutty marzipan notes. This must come from some time spent on yeast lees which helps to broaden the aromatics and palate. The wine is still lively and fresh on the palate with lemon and limes dominating. Enjoyable young...
Coming off 1908 vines planted on sandy soils. Strong aromatics here driven by classic HV lanolin, lemons and talc. Light, dry, zesty palate that is juicy and fresh. All primary driven fruits and needs plenty of cellar time to blossom.
Expressive nose with oak, malo-latic notes as well a rich peach and apricot. Medium bodied, dry and slightly creamy on the palate. Overall a good expression for the price.
Herbal with lemon and limes on the nose. fairly expressive. Fresh, light bodied zesty palate. Extremely youthful and built for the long haul.
Lemon, lanolin and dried herbs with a dash of talc. Medium intensity, light, fresh lemony with a medium finish. Awaiting tertiary development which is not showing yet.
New vintage similar to the 2021. Fresh pineapple core laced with green apple and limes. Light bodied, bone dry, racy high acidity producing a fresh zesty palate built to go the distance in the classic Hunter style.
Cellar release. Honey and lemony aromas followed up by a lovely toasty, creamy mouthfeel. The palate is support by some zesty acidity that produces a lovely balance and long finish. Beautiful intensity about this wine. Demonstrates that it is worth cellaring rather...