Tag Archives: Sally’s Hill
First BBQ of Spring at Hundred Tree Homestead. The ’02 Pinot, Pyrenees sausages and The Grapegrower. What more could you want.
A slow start to the shoot this year because of the cold winter staying on. It suited us as we were a bit behind with the pruning.
The Pyrenees Escapade is fast approaching on the weekend of the 30th October through to 2nd November. To purchase discount tickets call 1800 206 622 before 8th October! For more information click here. Or to book online click here. We … Continue reading
We are happy to release the new 2008 Sally’s Hill Shiraz. There is a subtle bit of colour added to all the Sally’s Hill labels, what do you think? Let us know in the comments. This beautiful Shriaz is part … Continue reading
The charming Conservatory style restaurant at Craig’s Royal Hotel in Ballarat. Now serving Sally’s Paddock and Sally’s Hill Cabernet Franc.
A slightly milder winter in 2009, with the best winter rainfall for a decade meant all the vineyards looked a picture of health coming into spring with good cover crops all round. Budburst began in the second half of September, … Continue reading
Everyone here at Redbank Winery are very pleased to release the 2009 Sally’s Hill Pinot Noir. Tasting Notes: Rather full, bright, Ruby colour. The aromas of violets and dried flowers dominate fresh, slightly earthy notes showing the extended wood maturation … Continue reading
Excellent Harpuka at Harrys’ Industri. Chardonnay was good too.
Sash goes to Hampton Bridge Winery in Sonoma Valley, California tomorrow for vintage. Had a great farewell dinner party for some of her friends.
Barrels everywhere. Trying to stocktake with Scotty away. Doing some major blends. Sally’s Hill 2008 Shiraz looks great, so does S. H. Pinot Noir 2009. Release both August.