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Polish the Silver

Posted by Jane Leckie. Filed under Awards, Releases


We are proud of our recent releases and their
early awards. The lovely 2015 Old Vine Reserve
Shiraz was awarded a silver medal at the 2017
St Martin Heathcote Wine Show and the 2014
Estate Shiraz collected a silver medal from the
prestigious Australian & New Zealand Boutique
Wine Show 2017. There were only 30 cases of
the OVR produced so if you would like some
for your cellar, buy from our online store at
www.sheoakhill.com.au/wines/estate-shiraz/
or call Jane on 0412 791 075.

 

 

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Love film, love food, love wine?

Posted by Jane Leckie. Filed under Community, Events

 

Always an entertaining and exciting evening, the Heathcote Film
Festival brings locals and visitors together to enjoy their passions.

She-Oak Hill is again proud to be a sponsor of this fabulous event.

Book your tickets online at www.trybooking.com/298899 or
www.heathcotefilmfestival.com.au and we invite you join us for
an evening of stimulating short films, fabulous food and fine wines.

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Save the Date

Posted by Jane Leckie. Filed under Community, Events

Looking forward to seeing you at what is shaping up to be a very exciting event. She-Oak Hill will be back at the lovely Rutherford&Maine tasting space in High St, central Heathcote

 

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Vintage 2017

Posted by Jane Leckie. Filed under Community, Vineyard

What a difference a year  makes. The 2016 vintage was  done, dusted and in the  winery by the 17th of  February.

All  the fruit which survived  the  rigorous fruit thinning  program we carried out to  preserve the remaining crop  from the heat and relentless  drought was picked in one day,  Chardonnay & Shiraz both ready at the same time.

There was a widely held belief amongst vintners that you would need to move to Tasmania with its cooler climate if you wanted to remain in the industry.

This year, after plentiful winter rains, the She-Oak Hill vines are taking their time edging  slowly towards the ripeness and sugar levels we are asking of them. Warm, sunny days, clear skies and cool nights are encouraging the fruit to take its time to achieve full flavour and we are sitting around, planning morning teas, yelling at birds and writing posts! while we wait for the much anticipated action to begin.

Buckets, snips, tractor, bins and a winery full of new oak barrels all wait patiently for a start date. It only needs those damned birds to stay away from the fruit.

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