James Bryant Hill
Early in the Gold Rush years, James Bryant Hill made his way from Boston to California. He did not arrive seeking gold, but rather to farm a large land grant between the Salinas River and what is now the town of Salinas. 166 years after Hill first put seed to soil, his estate continues to sustainably farm their estate vineyards in the same valley, endeavouring in his pioneering spirit.
This wine is crafted from fruit grown on sustainably farmed estate vineyards in California’s Central Coast, where the maritime influence from the Monterey Bay causes cool days and temperate nights. With a marine mist that often lasts until mid-morning and consistently windy afternoons, the Central Coast’s long growing season allows the grapes to ripen slowly and achieve intense fruit flavours.
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