Why Is The Hunter Valley So Famous For Semillon?
Published by Bianca Wilshin - 27th Mar 2019
The Hunter Valley in NSW is Australia’s leading and most advanced wine region. It has been growing and producing all types of wine varieties since the early 1820s but it is particularly known for its iconic Semillon.
Winemakers Damien Stevens and Jodie Belleville from Fuzzy & May have honed their craft at a wide array of Hunter Valley wineries whilst also picking up amazing old world vintage experience in Campania, Italy.
Watch the video below to hear this inventive husband and wife team explain why the Hunter Valley is so famous for Semillon.
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