“A Tradition of Innovation”
Trinity Hill has never focused on growing for volume, they’ve been able to concentrate on making exceptional wine. This takes a little more time, a little more care, and, in their case, over seventy five vintages of combined winemaking experience.
That’s why, along with their innovative new varieties, they have been successful in winning the acclaim of wine writers, judges and enthusiasts around the world.
Hawkes Bay Range - This label offers earlier drinking wines from vineyards throughout the Hawkes Bay growing region.
Gimblett Gravels Range - The Gimblett Gravels region is New Zealand’s premier red wine area - barren, stony, warm, dry and sheltered. The Bordeaux varieties plus Syrah and Chardonnay are typically grown there, but Trinity Hill also grows Tempranillo, Viognier, Pinot Gris and other lesser-known varieties. Well ripened, low-cropped grapes, all hand-picked, plus sensitive winemaking techniques and oak ageing if considered desirable, produces intense and complex wines, reflecting the Gravels “terroir”.