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Campania Hills Vineyard Wines




2011
Pinot Noir



A delightful complex Pinot with Black Cherry flavours and colour. Long on the palette. Full on fruit.

$23 each


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2010
Sauvignon Blanc



A beautiful full flavoured wine with great nose and palette.

Bronze medal Royal Hobart International Wine Show.

$20 each


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2010
Unwooded Chardonnay



A crisp clean wine with good length and character. Will satisfy..

Bronze medal Royal Hobart International Wine Show.

$18 each


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Awards and Medals


2006 Unwooded Chardonnay.
Bronze. Tasmanian Wine Show.
Bronze. Royal Hobart International Wine Show.
Bronze. Cowra Wine Show.
Gold. 08 Tasmanian Wine Show.
Trophy. 08 Tasmanian Wine Show.

2006 Pinot Noir.
Silver. Cowra Wine Show.
Silver. 07 Royal Hobart International Wine Show.
Silver. 08 Royal Hobart International Wine Show.

2007 Unwooded Chardonnay.
Bronze. Tasmanian Wine Show.

2007 Pinot Noir.
Silver. Tasmanian Wine Show.
Bronze. Cowra Wine Show.
Bronze. Royal Hobart International Wine Show.

2008 Sauvignon Blanc.
Silver. Royal Hobart international Wine Show.

2008 Pinot Noir.
Gold. Rutherglen Wine Show.
Silver. Royal Hobart International Wine Show.
Silver. Tasmanian Wine Show.

2009 Unwooded Chardonnay.
Bronze medal Tasmanian Wine show.
Silver medal Royal Hobart International Wine Show.

2010 Unwooded Chardonnay.
Bronze medal Royal Hobart International Wine Show.

2010 Sauvignon Blanc.
Bronze medal Royal Hobart International Wine Show.

2010 Pinot Noir.
Bronze medal National Cool Climate Wine Show.
Bronze medal Royal Hobart International Wine Show.

2010 Pinot Noir
Bronze medal Tasmanian Wine Show


Reviews


Tasmanian Life Magazine: May/June 2008
Campania Hills Unwooded Chardonnay 2006
Anyone who still thinks that unwooded chardonnay isn’t a serious wine should try this. In awarding it a trophy and gold medal, English judge Tom Stevenson said it was “A Beacon for the unwooded chardonnay style”: and “would not be humbled beside a good French Chablis” .Hear, hear. The aromas and melon, pineapple and a whole basket of tropical fruit, with a touch of tobacco, but the wine has real structure, length and elegance, It’s soft and rich edge on the finish. Julian Alcoroso at Winemaking Tasmania has done a great job in maintaining the pristine purity of the suburb fruit from this Coal Valley vineyard. 12.8 per cent alcohol. Under screw cap.


Very Interested Palates 2008
Campania Hills Unwooded Chardonnay 2006

Gold medal and trophy at the 2008 Tasmanian Wine Show in January. It was singled out for praise in the judges class comments. “The top wine is a beacon for unwooded Chardonnay style and would not be humbled beside good Chablis. International judge Tom Stevenson also sang its praises at the TWS Trophy presentation dinner, where he applauded utilizing the very best fruit in this unwooded style, “a wine of immorality and Chablis character.”


Sunday Tasmanian – August 19th 2007
Campania Hills Unwooded Chardonnay 2006

Pale straw green, ripe nectarines on the nose running to attractive stone fruit and zesty grapefruit flavours on a nicely textured and balanced, light to mid-weight palate, the finish crisp, clean and long-lingering. Excellent value and a very good wine. 12,8 per cent.


Sunday Tasmania December 13th 2009 - Graeme Phillips
Campania Hills 2009 Sauvignon Blanc

Citrus and mild floral aromas and flavours with just a touch of topical fruits on a lanoline –smooth palate finishing fresh and clean with a popular tropical fruit lift 10.0 per cent


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