Henley Hill Wines

Victoria | Yarra Valley

James' Review

The history of Henley Hill dates back to 1849, when Rowland Hill began growing crops in the Yarra Valley; the home was built in the 1860s by David Mitchell, Dame Nellie Melba's father. The property adjoined Gulf Station, but when that property was sold in the 1930s the home was moved to Henley and re-erected by Clive and Hilda Hill. Clive then purchased an 80ha property adjoining Gulf Station, completing a full circle for the origins of the Henley name. In 2003 Debbie Hill (Clive's granddaughter), Errol Campbell (Debbie's father-in-law) and Nick and Andrew Peterson planted the vineyard. Exports to Sweden.

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2009 WINE SHOW RESULTS 2009


Yarra-Valley show:


2008 Henley-Hill Shiraz- Silver Medal.


2008 Henley-Hill Cabernet- Bronze Medal.


2009 National cool-climate show:


2008 Henley-Hill Shiraz- Silver Medal.


2009 Australian small winemakers:


2008 Henley-Hill Shiraz- Bronze Medal.


2008 Henley-Hill Cabernet- Bronze Medal.


2008 Henley-Hill Sauv/Blanc- Bronze Medal.


2009 Royal Melb show:


2008 Henley-Hill Shiraz- Bronze Medal.


2010 Henley Hill Sauv/Blanc. Bronze Medal.
2010 Victorian wines show.
2010 Pinot/Grigio. Bronze Medal.
2011 National cool climate wine show.
2010 Shiraz. Bronze medals.
2011 Victorian wines show.
2011 National cool climate wine show.
2010 Chardonnay. Bronze Medal.
2011 Victorian wines show.

Excellent result for our wines, and shows that we are continuing to produce quality single vineyard wines at affordable prices.

Details

Rating
Winemaker Travis Bush (Contract)
Established 2003
Dozens 3350
Vineyards (area) 12.28 ha
Opening Hours Not
Address 1 Mount Morton Road, Belgrave South, Vic 3160 (postal)
Telephone 0414 563 439
Website www.henleyhillwines.com.au