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
Crushed and pressed, tank-fermented at 13?C for 14 days. There is an uncommon depth and concentration to the fruit, the flavours spanning gooseberry/kiwi fruit/citrus through to guava and green pineapple, all threatening to break asunder. Rating 93 - James Halliday, Australia Wine Companion - March 2015
Winery Tasting Notes
Lifted tropical fruit aromas of paw paw, guava and passionfruit dominate the nose with green notes and citrus characters.
Fresh, tight and juicy. Upfront tropical fruits dominate the palate with a citrus and mineral mid palate and green back palate. This wine should be enjoyed young, while displaying its fresh varietal character.