The picturesque Adelaide Hills wine region runs along the top of the Mount Lofty Ranges from Mount Pleasant in the north to Mount Compass in the south. It is a cool climate region driven by altitudes of 350-700 metres above sea level. Wines from this region show vibrant character, elegance and fresh natural acidity.
Poached pear and spice, lemon juice and meringue pie form a lovely complex, layered nose.
The generous, moreish fruit weight on the palate is complimented by zippy, citrusy acidity. Well balanced and approachable; this wine is extremely enjoyable to drink now or anytime for the next 3-4 years.
Tasting Notes: 2013 Adelaide Hills Pinot Gris