Launched with its first vintage of 141 cases of 1995 Shiraz, Penny’s Hill now offers a range of fine full-bodied, fruit-driven red wines produced from estate grown fruit from McLaren Vale vineyards totalling 105 acres.
Fruit for Penny’s Hill white wines are sourced from nearby Adelaide Hills vineyards we call ‘estates of mates’.
The perfect mix for summer sipping with this mixed dozen from Penny's Hill & The Black Chook.
The result of an agreement between the Anthonys (Toop and Parkinson), the Penny's Hill Agreement Sauvignon Blanc from Toop's Kuitpo vineyard in the Southern Adelaide Hills exudes pure elegance and an unbelievable purity.
A wine of exceptional flavour, character and elegance. Penny's Hill Grenache; an experiment of old vine stocks planted to a modern trellis configuration, intensely planted to reduce vigour and increase concentration.
From the very pockets of Piccadilly Valley, An intimate and long treasured patch of the cool Adelaide Hills vineyards spread, comes this elegant, focussed and regal example of Chardonnay at its complex best
Grown on the black Bay of Biscay soils of Malpas Road Vineyard, Penny's Hill Merlot is a wine of great subtlety, fine tannin structure and a rich, smooth, dark fruit palate.
Adjacent to the Edwards Road boundary of the slightly elevated Penny's Hill Vineyard, sits a small block of premium Cabernet.
Blending Shiraz from the elevated, narrow rows of Penny’s Hill Vineyard with juicy Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grown on the black ‘Bay of Biscay’ soils of Goss Corner Vineyard, produces ‘The Specialized’.
Truly representative of the Penny's Hill McLaren Vale terroir, 'Cracking Black' pays homage to the Bay of Biscay soils which contribute to the generosity and richness of the mighty Shiraz wines of the region.
A deliberately long-aged expression of the cumulative best of our McLaren Vale vineyard site, 'Skeleton Key’ is cellared and carefully bottle aged before it is unlocked.
From selected rows of our highest elevation Shiraz plantings, 'Footprint' is McLaren Vale Shiraz at its optimum