Helen’s Hill Reserve Range Pinot Noir Reviews

Mike Bennie, The Winefront. July 13th 2016.

2013 Helen’s Hill Estate Range View Reserve Yarra Valley Pinot Noir

Helen’s Hill single clone reserve wines are very good wines, and very interesting in their focus on these single clone expressions – here, the D4V5 clone is singled out, as compared/contrasted to the Old Block Reserve Pinot Noir which […]

By |March 15th, 2016|reviews|0 Comments

A New Look For Ingram Road

Ingram Road is a brand we are extremely proud of at Helen’s Hill.  The wines are exceptional value considering the quality, care and thought that goes into making them. We are pleased to announce, after much feedback and ongoing discussion with our customers and distributors as well as within the Helen’s Hill family, Ingram Road […]

By |June 30th, 2015|news, wine|0 Comments

Biodiversity at Helen’s Hill Estate. Part 1

Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Helen’s Hill is dedicated to taking what Mother Nature gave us and putting it in the bottle with minimal handling and processing, and to do that we have to make sure Mother Nature is at her best. Encouraging biodiversity in our vineyard is key to the health of our vines and ultimately […]

By |June 16th, 2015|vineyard|0 Comments

Helen’s Hill Chardonnay and Fume Blanc reviews

We just received a two new reviews about our Helen’s Hill 2013 Chardonnay and our Helen’s Hill 2011 Fume Blanc from the folks at Wine Front. Needless to say, we’re pretty happy with the comments:

“New name for the old Chardonnay. A Breachley birth!

Cashew cream, almond, light smokiness, lime, white peach. Light to medium bodied, a […]

By |April 22nd, 2014|news, reviews, wine|0 Comments

Helen’s Hill Estate – Pinot Noir 2013 review

I am often asked why we call the Helen’s Hill Pinot Noir “Long Walk”. The reasoning is quite simple. Most of the fruit (approximately 70%) is taken from our main Pinot Noir block which is around 8.5 hectares in total size and consists of 70 rows each 532 metres in length. So if you go […]

By |March 26th, 2014|vineyard, wine, winemaking|0 Comments

Wine specials at Helen’s Hill

Our wine specials for June and July are the the Helen’s Hill  2011 Arneis, and the Ingram Road 2011 Pinot Noir. Both of these wines can be posted straight to your door for a small fee – $6 for a 6 pack, or $10 for a dozen. To order, please either respond to this email, or give […]

By |July 31st, 2013|promotions, wine|0 Comments

Scott goes to Sydney

Helen’s Hill has been a long term supplier to Wine Selectors with many of our wines featured in their quarterly packs. A sister company to Wine Selectors is the lifestyle magazine under the same name. If you do not already subscribe to this publication I would strongly recommend that you give it a try. I […]

By |March 8th, 2012|reviews|0 Comments

From the Tasting Bench

Allan has been in the museum cellar again, and just had to let you know he uncorked 2 cracking wines- the Chardonnay ’06 and the Cabernets ’06. So for those of you who happen to be lucky enough to still have these wines in your cellar, treat yourself for the Festive season and crack open […]

By |March 2nd, 2012|wine|0 Comments

An update on the vineyard and vintage!

Since the beginning of spring, the grape vines have been slowly, but surely, doing their thing. Ever since we pruned, back in the middle of winter, I’ve been waiting for that first touch of green to arrive on the vines. And finally, it did!

At first it was the tiniest hint of green:



… and after a […]

By |January 13th, 2012|vineyard, wine, winemaking|0 Comments

Helen’s Hill Pinot Noir 2010 – a few reviews

Our Helen’s Hill Pinot Noir 2010 has received a litle bit of attention lately. Firstly, it was recently reviewed by Winefront.com.au, and we’re happy to say that Gary Walsh was pleased with it!


“Terrific vintage for Pinot in the Yarra Valley.

Forest berries, spice, a touch of earth and vanilla perfume. It’s ripe and sweetly fruited with […]

By |January 12th, 2012|reviews, wine|0 Comments