A soft and fine Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir from Tomich.
Silver Lining is Marty Edwards' way of giving back. Living with Parkinson's Disease, he is giving back with all proceeds from sales contributing to Parkinson's Research in Australia. The best bit is that this is a very smart wine - a win win.
Gruner Veltliner has found a happy home in the Adelaide Hills. Take a whiff of this wine from the Hydropath Society and you can't help but want to imbibe. A fabulous drink and a blistering bargain, find it.
Lots of yum factor from Hesketh Wines highlighting the Lobethal sub-region of the Adelaide Hills. Perched 420 metres above, this Chardonnay was barrel fermented in second-fill French oak and aged for 8 months prior to release. A smart wine.
There's depth here but it's dancy and energetic. It just makes you want to bound along for the ride. A superb sparkling wine from Wicks Estate.
From the Adelaide Hills comes the first Nebbiolo Bianco release from Hesketh Wines. With no relation to its red grape namesake, this is a wonderfully fruit-driven and crisp white. Hello sunshine! If you like Fiano you'll definitely be a fan of this too.
I must admit, the only time I have an Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir in my possession is when I have a samples sent to me. Given the choice to buy Pinot, I head to a couple of other regions. Maybe I need to explore Hills Pinot more? But for those who like a little oomph in their Pinot, this may float your boat.