The History of Clover Hill wines

Clover Hill is one of Australia's principal chardonnay, pinot
noir and pinot meunier cuvées. In 1986, on the site of an old
dairy farm in north-east Tasmania, the magnificent Clover Hill
Vineyard was established by the Goelet family. Their aim was,
and still is, to produce superb sparkling wine using traditional
French methodology. Since its debut vintage in 1991, Clover
Hill has gained a reputation for its uncompromising quality, its
elegance and finesse, and its distinguished Tasmanian style.

Clover Hill's commitment to excellence has been recognized
with numerous awards, including Tasmanian Vineyard of the
Year, and Winestate's Australasian Sparkling Wine of the Year.

"What a wine, one of power and finesse, complexity and
purity... Brilliant stuff!" - Gourmet Traveller

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