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Hungerford Hill brings the skills of chief winemaker Michael Hatcher to proprietor James Kirby’s vision of a wine producer sourcing exceptional fruit from select vineyard sites. The over arching philosophy is to promote regional individuality from the grape varieties chosen. Hungerford Hill was established over 40 years ago, lending it some valuable heritage and longevity, yet it continues to innovate with style and character.
Hungerford Hill Location
A destination winery in the Hunter Valley, Hungerford Hill occupies a premier position on the cusp of Pokolbin village. Though making its roots in the Hunter Valley, Hungerford Hill also sources fruit from Tumbarumba and Hilltops in Southern NSW.
Hungerford Hill Wine Types
The winemaking team uses Shiraz and Semillon from the Hunter Valley, from Tumbarumba comes Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Hilltops provides Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz.
Hungerford Hill Brands
The range is separated into four style ‘brands’, from Fishcage wines showcasing early drinking and accessibility to Regional Series wines, Icon Series and the benchmark Epic range.
Hungerford Hill Winery
Combining historical influences and contemporary winemaking technique, Hungerford Hill produces wines of modern intent. The winery itself was designed by renowned architect Walter Barda, which incorporates a barrel shaped tasting room, underground cellar and benchmark restaurant Muse.
|Wine Region||Hunter Valley|
|Address||1 Broke Road, Pokolbin, NSW, 2320, Australia|
|Phone||(02) 4998 7666|
Epic is exactly the word to describe this cool-climate Chardonnay as it’s the realisation of winemaker Michael Hatcher’s vision to make the best expression of the Tumbarumba region. We were blown away by the quality of this finessed Chardonnay tha...
2010 is the 40th vintage for industry stalwart Hungerford Hill and all that experience tells in a range of wines that deliver on every level. Here we have a mixed case of red with plump, fruit filled Shiraz followed by some quite serious Cabernet ...
Fishcage is the bargain arm of Hungerford Hill. The emphasis here is firmly on fun, with more vibrant fruit flavours than you can poke a fruity stick at. in this instance we're spanning the whole spectrum of wine fun, from a crisp and citrussy SSB...