Sacred Hill ‘Reserve’ Range

16-Apr-2015
Established by brothers David and Mark Mason and winemaker Tony Bish in 1986, Sacred Hill has grown to be a most significant New Zealand wine brand based. Over the near 30 years of evolution, the company now maintains an independent winemaking and distribution model, based on Hawke’s Bay and Marlborough fruit that goes into distinct tiers catering to different consumers. The ‘Special Selection’ wines, the ‘Riflemans’ Chardonnay, ‘Brokenstone’ Merlot, ‘Helmsman’ Cabernet and ‘Deerstalker’ Syrah figure among Hawke’s Bay and New Zealand’s very best. The ‘HALO’ range offers small parcels of distinctively styled wines, and the accessible ‘Orange Label’ brand sees a wide and enviable market presence. Sacred Hill have now launched a ‘Reserve’ range of wines between the ‘HALO’ and ‘Orange Label’ tiers "to make everyday a little more special”. I review the new releases here. They share the traits of up-front fruit and harmony, enabling immediate enjoyment www.sacredhill.com

FEATURED WINES IN THIS REVIEW

  • Sacred Hill ‘Reserve’ Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2014
  • Sacred Hill ‘Reserve’ Hawke’s Bay Chardonnay 2014
  • Sacred Hill ‘Reserve’ Marlborough Pinot Noir 2014
  • Sacred Hill ‘Reserve’ Hawke’s Bay Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
  • Sacred Hill ‘Reserve’ Hawke’s Bay Syrah 2014

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