Exciting New Releases from Hugh Hamilton Wines!
Celebrating over 180 years of unbroken winemaking tradition in South Australia, this is an exciting time for Hugh Hamilton Wines.

In 1837, Hugh’s great great-grandfather Richard came to South Australia and planted some of the first vines in South Australia, making the Hamiltons the “oldest surviving wine family” in Australia — growing grapes and producing wine for six generations.

Hugh Hamilton and his daughter Mary Hamilton are the 5th and 6th generation of the Australian Hamilton wine dynasty. Hugh's wines are far from ordinary. As with all families, there is always a Black Sheep, and Hugh proudly embodies his singular vision and approach to creating a premium range of eclectic wines of an outstanding quality. Hugh’s legacy continues as Mary is now the CEO of the family winery and brings insight, energy and enormous talent to this exciting winery.
Available at the LCBO:
Hugh Hamilton 'The Floozie' Sangiovese Rosé 2019
VINTAGES#: 558106, $18.95 SHOP »»

Hugh Hamilton is a fifth-generation winemaker and a bit of a maverick. He crafts Shiraz and Cabernet wines, of course, but he also makes wines from the likes of Tempranillo, the Georgian grape Saperavi, and Sangiovese. This rosé is 100% Sangiovese, and you can expect a floral wine with upfront red fruit and delicately framed herbs in support. Perfect with seafood.

"Rosé made from Sangiovese in McLaren Vale. You don’t get that everyday and the label supports the whimsy. In the glass is delicious rosé, just tart, sour and salty enough to balance red berries and notable tang. Score: 89 Pts" - Michael Godel, Wine Align. Tasted June 2020.

Hugh Hamilton 'The Ratbag' Merlot 2016
VINTAGES#: 59972, $24.95 SHOP »»

"Merlot can be more difficult than some varietals, with erratic yield and ripening habits; its unpredictability is sufficient reason for calling it The Ratbag" - Hugh Hamilton Wines.

"In such a Mediterranean clime, it is easy to forget just how well Bordeaux varieties can perform with the region's maritime influence. This is no exception. Gently extracted for a design persuasive of early drinking. Notes of tomato leaf, mint and a plummy mid-palate strewn with dried herb, are the calling cards. Score: 91 Pts." - Ned Goodwin,, Aug. 1, 2019.
Although many wine buffs automatically pair their favourite libations with a variety of cheeses, berries are actually a wonderful complement to wines, as well. Learn more »»
Savory pork drippings and lush Merlot balance the sweet-tart strawberries in this rich sauce for pork tenderloin. Get the recipe »»
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