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Hungerford Hill sparkles

Hungerford Hill 1999 Dalliance Methode Champenoise was selected from 16 sparkling wines to be awarded the 2005 Wine Press Club of NSW Trophy for the Best New South Wales Sparkling Wine.

The majority of sparkling wines were from the Hunter Valley but the Murray Darling, Riverina, Orange and Tumbarumba were also represented.

The NSW Wine Awards are open only to wines made from grapes grown in New South Wales and entries are received from all wine regions in NSW.

Hungerford Hill marketing manager Kylie Teasdell said: “We are delighted to have two wines in the Top 40. The Wine Press Club of NSW Trophy confirms our faith in Tumbarumba as a premium wine region, capable of producing quality wines in keeping with our ‘Wine Sydney Style’ brand proposition.”

“Hungerford Hill ‘Wine Sydney Style’ gives our ever evolving, multi-regional wines their contemporary personality and explains our belief in lifestyle associations and stylish marketing through events such as Vinefire (November 12), Starlight Sydney Cinema (January 4 to March 4) and Cinema Sydney Style at the Hungerford Hill Winery (March 10 and April 23).” said Kylie.

Hungerford Hill has always pushed the boundaries of the Australian Wine Industry. Since its foundation in the 1970s Hungerford Hill has been at the forefront of multi-regional winemaking, producing award-winning wines and helping define the future of some of Australia’s best emerging regions such as Tumbarumba and Orange.

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