Hungerford Hill Classic Tumbarumba Sauvignon Blanc 2018 (6 x 750mL), NSW.

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RRP $27

$21.99 per Bottle
$131.94 per case

Overview

Sauvignon Blanc requires the entire growing season to fully ripen in the high altitude Tumbarumba region, in the Snowy Mountains. The wines are medium bodied and aromatic with distinctive tropical fruit and a textured palate.

Region:
NSW - Tumbarumba
State:
New South Wales
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Sauvignon Blanc requires the entire growing season to fully ripen in the high altitude Tumbarumba region, in the Snowy Mountains. The wines are medium bodied and aromatic with distinctive tropical fruit and a textured palate.

A medium bodied and aromatic wine with intense passionfruit and pawpaw notes. A palate of grapefruit and fabulous natural acidity ensures a crisp and clean finish.

Vintage
2018
Region
NSW - Tumbarumba
Grape Style
Sauvignon Blanc
Closure Type
Screwcap closure
Alcohol
13%

Winery Profile

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Established in 1967, Hungerford Hill is a boutique estate in the Hunter Valley. Australia’s oldest wine region.

Hungerford Hill has a proud reputation for producing distinguished wines and providing a memorable cellar door experience. Guided by accomplished Winemaker Bryan Currie, Hungerford Hill’s able team produce authentic wines, packed with character and interest, with a focus on New South Wales’ cool climate regions.

In early December 2016 Sam Arnaout purchased Hungerford Hill and will continue the focus on the NSW regions of the Hunter Valley, Hilltops and Tumbarumba.

Sam’s vision for Hungerford Hill is to have a much greater focus on the Hunter Valley. To further this goal in 2016 he purchased the renowned Sweetwater vineyard and property near Belford, and the former Wyndham Estate property including the vineyard and winery buildings at Dalwood. The historic Dalwood house is located on the property and is owned by the National Trust.

Hungerford Hill’s winery is a landmark of the Hunter Valley region, with its unique barrel-shaped tasting room and underground working cellar. The much acclaimed Muse Restaurant offers some of the finest food in the Valley amidst spectacular views across the vineyards to the Brokenback Ranges.

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