385 CASES PRODUCED
The Mount Horrocks Semillon Vineyard is on distinctly weaker, rocky soil. The vines struggle even in a ‘normal’ season. According to Stephanie, semillon vines need to be challenged if a wine with depth of flavour (as is the case here) is to be achieved. Mount Horrocks Semillon demonstrates long lingering lemon ...
Wine Writer Nick Ryan recently visited for a joint tasting of Mount Horrocks and Grosset Wines. The link to his article about the experience is below.
“Jeffrey Grosset and Stephanie Toole are not the first winemaking couple the world has known … However, they are one of the more exceptional. Theirs is a partnership defined by separation, ...
2022 Mount Horrocks Watervale Riesling
Really intense lime fruit powers along the tongue, carrying hints of aniseed and fennel flower, and a line of deep, dense minerality. An utterly classic Watervale riesling.
By Max Allen
The Financial Review, 31st August 2022
“…a truly beautiful wine…”
2020 Mount Horrocks Cabernet Sauvignon
Matured for 18 months in French oak (35% new). This is beautiful. A medium bodied, super-elegant, superfine cabernet. It remains true to its Clare roots with dark chocolate and cocoa scattered throughout the veritable forest of black and purple berries. The acidity is fresh and juicy and countersunk ...
Mount Horrocks Watervale Riesling 2021
The Clare Rieslings you know – and the ones you need to discover
By Tony Love
Enticing talc florals and bath salts to begin, lavender and pink rose petals then a citrus zing through the palate, tense yet full of vitality with vintage-reflective acidity that sits in well here. It has youthful exuberance ...
Mount Horrocks Watervale Riesling 2020
Vintage after vintage, Stephanie Toole from Mount Horrocks produces one of the best dry rieslings from the Clare Valley in South Australia. The 2020 lives up to expectations with great citrus flavours, brilliant acid on the finish and terrific length. This is a perfect after-work refresher, or alternatively an excellent partner ...