From the treasured home block at Griffin Road, planted in 1996, altitude 750 metres. Picked at optimal ripeness, pristine tropical fruit aromas lead onto vibrant, harmonious layers of truly varietal and regional flavour, finishing delicate, clean and fresh.
Ross Hill Maya – Chardonnay 2009
This fine, delicate Chardonnay was partially fermented by wild yeast in French oak and partially in tank. Cool climate regional influences have produced a wine with texture, balance and harmony.
Ross Hill Sammy & Maddy – Rosé 2011
From the treasured home block at Griffin Road comes this rosé which is perfect with any food at any time. Fragrant red fruit aromas lead onto a tight, focused lively, refreshing palate. Enjoy young & fresh.
Ross Hill Benny & Taylor – Shiraz 2009
From the treasured home block at Griffin Road, planted in 1996, altitude 750 metres. Rich, ripe, varietal flavours of shiraz are to the fore, overlaid with regional pepper and earth. A whiff of good French oak completes the picture. A wine to cellar or savour, your choice...
Ross Hill Isabelle & Jack – Cabernet Franc Merlot 2009
A signature wine of Ross Hill, displaying the all too rare synergy which can develop between these two primal Bordeaux varieties. Layered aromatic fruit and oak lead onto a rich but structured palate, finishing clean, savoury and fine.
Ross Hill Tom & Harry – Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
From the treasured home block at Griffin Road, planted in 1996, altitude 750 metres. Classic Cabernet from a great vintage. Ripe, yet elegant fruit flavours are complemented by typical cedar, cassis and spice. Tannins are well balanced with the fine textured palate in a wine which will age gracefully for up to ten years.
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