The Adelaide Hills has an altitude ranging from 400-600m and a rainfall of around 700-1000mm. Soils consist of sandy loam overlying weathered shale and clay, which provide excellent conditions for viticulture. Littlehampton lies on the eastern side of the Adelaide Hills and has a unique aspect for superlative pinot gris. Viticulture was first established in the Adelaide Hills in 1839 by John Barton Hack near Mount Barker, just 5km from Littlehampton. Pinot gris, called tokay d’Alsace in France, grauburgunder in Germany and pinot grigio in Italy, has its origins in France and has become a highly regarded variety around the world.
- SA - Adelaide / Adelaide Hills
- South Australia
Winery Tasting Notes
Pale gold with lime hues.
Gorgeous fragrant, focused aromas of white flowers, almond blossom, gooseberry and honeysuckle supported by mint, anise and ginger spice nuances.
Delicate layers of tropical fruit and stone-fruit flavours flood the palate and interlace with fine acidity and creamy texture for a long, rich finish.
Excellent vintage, 10+ years (from vintage).