Trinity Hill, Gimblett Gravels, Chardonnay, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

Trinity Hill, Gimblett Gravels, Chardonnay, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

REVIEWS:
5.00

5.00 out of 5

PRODUCER:
Trinity Hill

SIZE:
750ML

TYPE:
WHITE WINE

CRITIC SCORE:
92/100

(2 customer reviews)

Trinity Hill

750ML

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Aromas of citrus fruit, white flowers, ripe grapefruit and stone fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with flavours of cashew, roasted almond and gun flint, with hints of elegant and well-integrated oak. There is a delicacy to this wine but also a richness and beautifully linear acidity. Try it with fish and chips or a goats cheese salad.

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Product Information

COUNTRY:

New Zealand

GRAPE:

Chardonnay

REGION:

Hawkes Bay, Gimblett Gravels

DRINKING
WINDOW:

2020 - 2026

VINTAGE:

2019

ABV:

13.0%

SKU: 100685 Category: Tags: , ,

Description

Trinity Hill is an iconic New Zealand winery, celebrating over 25 years of world-class winemaking in the famed Gimblett Gravels District of Hawke’s Bay. Founded in 1993, by winemaker John Hancock together with Robert and Robyn Wilson, owners of The Bleeding Heart and The Don in London, Trinity Hill has become a byword for quality and consistency.

Aromas of citrus fruit, white flowers, ripe grapefruit and stone fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with flavours of cashew, roasted almond and gun flint, with hints of elegant and well-integrated oak. There is a delicacy to this wine but also a richness and beautifully linear acidity. Try it with fish and chips or a goats cheese salad.

2 reviews for Trinity Hill, Gimblett Gravels, Chardonnay, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

  1. bethanH

    Has flavours of citrus, white flowers and ripe grapefruit. Loved it!

  2. bethanH

    Has flavours of citrus, white flowers and ripe grapefruit.

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CRITIC REVIEWS

CRITIC SCORE:
92/100

Full-bodied, round and satisfying, the 2019 Chardonnay Gimblett Gravels is a mellow and expansive Chardonnay with white stone fruit meeting nutty characters and vanilla-custard-filled pastry. There's good concentration of exotic apricot fruit, a savory character and a lees-derived pastry note. The medium-long finish has a fine line of acidity and a lightly grippy element providing structure that cups the mouth.
92/100 - Rebecca Gibb MW, Vinous (Tasted January 2022)