From the Tasting Bench: En Vie Blanc de Noir and Ingram Road Pinot Grigio 2015

En Vie Blanc de Noir

It was a little bit of dubious anticipation that I cracked open of a bottle of our recently released En Vie bubbles. Have revamped the old Ingram Rd packaging and given the wine it’s very own name and substantially increased the amount of Pinot Noir that goes into the bottle. Have […]

By |July 29th, 2015|wine|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

2014 Ingram Rd Pinot Grigio

As we posted from one of the wine critics, our 2014 Ingram Rd Pinot Grigio is a “summer drinking weapon”.
Loads of fresh fruit on the front and mid palate with a clean finish. (Our Pinot Grigio is only one of three wines that we ferment in stainless steel. The other two being the Ingram Rd […]

By |March 25th, 2015|Tasting Bench|0 Comments

Ingram Road Pinot Grigio reviews

2016 vintage

Campbell Mattinson – The Wine Front

It’s a pleasure to drink. It’s spicy and floral – it most qualifies for the word ‘perfumed’ – with nuts and stonefruit-like characters giving plenty of flavour to hang on to. Honeysuckle, almost into rose petal, notes combine with a gentle vanilla-pod character to continue the pretty them. You could […]

By |January 1st, 2015|reviews, Uncategorized|0 Comments

New release: Ingram Road Pinot Grigio 2011

One of the most asked questions at Cellar Door is, “What’s the difference between Pinot Grigio vs Pinot Gris?”. In terms of the actual grape variety, the answer is- nothing! But there’s quite a difference in terms of the style of the resultant wine.

 

The style varies from light bodied and fairly straight forward (Pinot Grigio) […]

By |November 3rd, 2011|vineyard, wine, winemaking|0 Comments