Scotchmans Hill is located on an extinct volcano named Mount Bellarine. Thick, black and fertile volcanic soils of black clay with basalt subsoil lend individual and intense characters to the wines.
- VIC - Geelong
Bright red hue; a complex, indeed imperious, pinot noir with a strong, dark berry bouquet and palate, the latter with a generous serve of foresty tannins carried along by the power of the fruit. Rating 94 - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2014
Winery Tasting Notes
Brooding nose of red and dark fruits, forest floor and spice.
Palate is juicy and concentrated with dark fruits and spice making way to a complex and intense mid palate of cherries and plums which finishes with beautiful cedar oak. Firm tannin and acid gives the wine fantastic structure and longevity to be enjoyed over the next 8 to 10 years.