Helen’s Hill Pinot Noir reviews

2015 vintage

James Halliday Wine Companion Review – October 2016

Star-bright crimson hue; two clones, both old, destemmed but not crushed for whole berry fermentation in open top fermenters with 8-10 days on skins. Pressed, settled and racked to French barriques for 11 months, held on fine lees without racking until racked for bottling. It has a […]

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

Helen’s Hill Evolution reviews

2011 vintage

 

Campbell Mattinson, 10 April 2014

“Wild yeast fermented and naturally, given the name, it spends time in barrel. Judging but the taste/texture I’d expect that it goes through malo too.

It has interest, it has elegance, it has texture and reasonably good length. There are a lot of positives here, though whether it has the charm […]

By |January 1st, 2015|reviews|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 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