Huntington Estate produces wines that are unashamedly traditional in style.
In the case of red wines this means they are made to age for perhaps a decade or more. These reds comes from very low yields and are all aged in small oak barrels. They are tannic and are at their best drinking after at least a few years in bottle. We back our claims of producing some of Australia's best ageing red wines, by holding them back in our cellars and releasing them at about 5 years of age.
Mudgee red wines, and Huntington Estate in particular, have more structure than most in Australia. They show very fine tannin with the mid-palate only fully emerging after they are bottle-aged.
Our Barrel Fermented Chardonnay is equally ageworthy but is also traditional in style. It shows broader characters than more modern Australian examples but is full of flavour and softness.
The Semillon wine from Huntington Estate is a landmark one, being more fruity and full than most when young, without the overpowering acid that many modern styles exhibit. However history has shown it ages very well indeed.
The Four Seasons range is hugely popular with our customers on the mailing list and at the cellar door. These age worthy, single vineyard wines are fantastic value for money. Be sure to try the range when you visit the Cellar Door.