The Church Hill brand was named after a historic church built in Merbein, a small town just out of Mildura in Northern Victoria. The town of Merbein was completely flat, except for one small hill, on which the local church was built. The church on the label was an illustrated replication of the old church which played a central role in the community for many decades.
The re-introduction of this wonderful brand will see the return of this beautiful church to the label along with the return of this enjoyable and approachable style of wine from South Eastern Australia.
The Church Hill Moscato NV has bright straw hues. It has delightful aromas of musk and sherbet characters. The palate is a balance of liveliness and soft fruit sweetness.