One of the first to recognise the quality of Gimblett Gravels, Trinity Hills has always led the field. They began winning Trophies with their first vintage in 1997. This is their luscious Rhône blend white. Exotic, creamy fruit, blossom and spice.
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Viscous, ripe peach, honeysuckle and blossom, exotic and spicy
Distinct honeysuckle, jasmine and stone fruit aromas
Trinity Hill is one of New Zealand’s leading wine estates. It was established after a chance meeting of Robert and Robyn Wilson, owners of London restaurant Bleeding Heart, with experienced winemaker John Hancock. Convinced they could together make world class reds in Hawke’s Bay’s Gimblett Gravels sub-region, they started planting in 1993 and expanded further in 2000. Even with their first release 1997 vintage they won Trophies. Today they have a worldwide reputation for an amazing array of grape varieties and styles – from Bordeaux type reds to this lavish Rhône style white. Fermented and aged on its lees in barrel, then aged for 14 months, the wine went through ‘malo’ to gain even more weight and roundness. Recommended with spicy Thai.
"Plump, filling out the mid-palate with notes of beeswax and melon, then turns streamlined"
Joe Czerwinski on 2017 Wine Advocate
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