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Purchasing Surveyor's Hill Wines


You can purchase our wines at our cellar door or via mail order.

Our cellar door is open from 10am to 5pm on weekends and public holidays.

Alternatively, you can purchase wine at any time by ringing 02 6230 2046 or using our contact form on this web site.

Delivery is free in Canberra and surrounds, otherwise we use Australia Post (price according to destination).

Minimum mail order purchase: 1 dozen (mixed or straight).

All mixed dozens are offered at a 10% discount.

Please note our special straight dozen prices.

Sunset over plantings at 600 metres above sea level of Italian and Spanish varietals at the foot of Surveyor's Hill



Group Tastings / Buses / Coaches


Please note we welcome group tastings by appointment only, and we make no charge for tastings. However, we limit group tastings to the period between 10am and 12 noon, or after 3pm, unless the group is also taking lunch with us. Special group lunch menus are available, please discuss the menu when making your booking.

2010 - A Top Vintage


In the 2010/2011 edition of the James Halliday Australian Wine Companion, Surveyor's Hill was awarded Four and a Half Stars.

In the 2010/11 Companion, Halliday rated our 2008 Hills of Hall Shiraz-Cabernet as a 5-star wine, and awarded it 94 points. This placed the wine in the AUSTRALIAN TOP 50 of this blend in the Companion.

Likewise, four of other current releases rated 4.5 stars in the Companion:
In the 2010 Sydney Daily Telegraph NSW Top 100 Wines Feature, we had two of our wines included, the 2008 Shiraz-Cabernet, and the 2004 Autumn Gold.


Hills of Hall Produces Top Wines


Our neighbour, Brindabella Hills Winery, also had a Reserve Shiraz included in the 2010 Sydney Daily Telegraph NSW Top 100 Wines Feature, which means that the tiny Hills of Hall Sub-District of the Canberra District has achieved 3% of the top rated wines in New South Wales in 2010.

White Wine


2008 Sparkling Chardonnay-Pinot Noir

NEW RELEASE
After 2 years on lees, we have released this fine sparkling wine made by the District's leading sparkling wine maker, Mr Greg Gallagher. Hand picked Chardonnay and Pinot grapes were processed in the traditional "methode champenoise" system. The wine has a beautiful bouquet with hints of yeast, a fine and persistent bead, with rich "cremant" texture, mellow fruit flavours and a clean dry finsh.

By the glass: $8
By the bottle: $25
By the dozen: $250


2001 Semillon


A fine, aged wooded semillon. ‘Cleanskin’ label.
A bargain at this price!

By the bottle: $10
By the dozen: $90


2008 Chardonnay


An unwooded chardonnay with intense varietal character. Rich and satisfying.

By the bottle: $16
By the dozen: $160


2008 Riesling

SOLD OUT
4.5 Stars in the James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2010/2011.

2010 Riesling


The premium white variety of the Canberra district.

By the bottle: $18
By the dozen: $200


2004 Autumn Gold

(Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc Semillon – 375 ml bottle)

Autumn Gold is a delicate sweet wine with a hint of dryness in the finish. It is low in alcohol (8%) and without the stickiness imparted by botrytis. Tasting distinctly of pears, Autumn Gold is a lovely accompaniment to cheese and fruit and also stands up well to dessert.

90 points, James Halliday; included in 2010 Sydney Daily Telegraph NSW Top 100 Wines



By the bottle (375ml): $13
By the dozen: $130

Rose


2008 Cabernet Franc Rose


Cabernet franc is a beautiful aromatic red variety ideal for making rose. The resulting wine is delicately perfumed with good length, finishing dry. A great accompaniment to Asian food.

By the bottle: $16
By the dozen: $160


Red Wine


2004 Touriga Nacional

SOLD OUT
Touriga is a native Portuguese red wine grape, grown extensively, but particularly in the Douro Valley, as a base for port and, increasingly, for fine dry red table wines. With floral characters on nose and palate, the 2004 Touriga (with a small admixture of cabernet franc) is a soft medium-bodied wine, with a unique flavour profile.

Bronze medal, Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show 2006



2005 Shiraz-Touriga


An unusual blend of the fragrant and rustic "earthiness" of the noble Portuguese variety, Touriga Nacional, with the cool climate sweetness and elegance of Shiraz.


2005 Cabernet Franc


The 2005 Cabernet Franc is medium bodied with the typical varietal characters of softness, light tannins and a fragrant bouquet. Cabernet franc is usually found with its relative, cabernet sauvignon, but this wine proves it makes a lovely wine in its own right.
A bargain at this price!

Bronze medal, Canberra Regional Wine Show 2007


By the bottle: $18
By the dozen: $180


2008 Shiraz-Cabernet

New Release
Tasting notes (after James Halliday):

With beautiful deep colour, the wine is a totally synergistic blend of the two noble varieties in a uniquely Australian stylistic tradition. Abundant black and red berry varietal characters are backed by ripe, smooth tannins which underlie spicy savoury notes on the finish of a complex and lengthy flavour profile.

Drink to 2020.

94 points Halliday Wine Guide, and included in Australian top 50 of this style.
Included Sydney Daily Telegraph Top 100 NSW Wines, and ranked equal third in this style.
Silver Medal 2010 Canberra District Regional Wine Show.


By the bottle: $25
By the dozen: $250


Sweet Touriga

(375 ml bottle)
Sweet Touriga is a ‘tawny’ made from late harvest touriga nacional with the addition of high-quality South Australian brandy spirit. Made from grapes harvested in 2008, this wine has the lifted floral bouquet typical of touriga, lovely dark cherry fruit and a hint to caramel on the palate. An ideal after-dinner drink.

By the bottle (375ml): $15
By the dozen: $150
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