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Past Vintages

Tasting Note 2018 Richard Hamilton AH Sauvignon Blanc.pdf
Tasting Note 2017 Richard Hamilton AH Sauvignon Blanc.pdf
Tasting Note 2016 Richard Hamilton AH Sauvignon Blanc.pdf
Tasting Note 2015 RH Hills Sav Blanc.pdf
Tasting Note 2014 RH Hills Sav Blanc - No price- email.pdf

Technical Data

Region:  Adelaide Hills

Alcohol: 12.5%

Sugar at Picking: 12.6 °Baumé

PH: 3.28

Acidity:  5.8gms/litre

Residual Sugar:  2.65gms/litre

Richard Hamilton The Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2016_WEB.jpg

2018 'The Hills' Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc


Light pale straw with attractive green hues.

Fragrant, passionfruit, rose petal, cut grass – varietal Sauvignon Blanc.

A vibrant dry style showing full flavoured lingering passionfruit flavours and finishing crisp and zesty. 

Perfect as an aperitif and complements fine, elegantly flavoured dishes of salmon and oysters. 

This wine is best enjoyed as a young fresh style demonstrating primary fruit characters.

The fruit for this wine was sourced from two Adelaide Hills vineyards at Charleston and Meadows. At 400 m above sea level on free draining loams soils over limestone, their cool easterly aspect allowed us to capture the classic tropical and cut grass aroma’s for which Sauvignon Blanc is renowned. Dry in style, this wine can be enjoyed now with pan fried salmon or an aged cheddar. The Adelaide Hills region produces Australia’s finest examples of Sauvignon Blanc.

2018 had very low rainfall and warmer temperatures throughout the growing season resulting in an earlier harvest than would be expected. The resulting flavours of wines are quite intense.

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