Ashton Hills Piccadilly Valley Pinot Noir, Adelaide Hills
- Pinot Noir
- Fruits of the forest, fresh cranberries, and an ethereal perfume - gorgeous
- South Australia
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- Ashton Hills is a three hectare, dry-grown vineyard that lies in the Piccadilly Valley sub region of the Adelaide Hills on a ridge just below the summit of Mount Lofty. The estate was founded by Stephen George in 1982 and since that time it has built a reputation as one of Australia's finest proponents of pinot noir and cool climate whites.
Warm notes of red fruit - multi-faceted notes of fruits of the forest, cranberries and strawberries. An ethereal perfume of violet on the nose and savoury earthiness on the palate add a wonderful complexity. This wine shows what Australian Pinot should be.
- "Fresh cranberries and caramelized orange peel on the nose. The fruit is vibrant and tangy
on the palate. Fresh, medium-bodied and a medium finish. 90 Points" - Nick Stock, jamessuckling.com, November 2017
"Fruits of the forest, mint, florals, cherries and anise-studded deli meats. It offers a wide variety of aromas and flavours and does so with a great deal of charm. It will arguably drink at its best in its youth but there's certainly no hurry. 93 Points" - Campbell Mattison, Australian Wine Companion, 2017
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