About This Wine
This wine forms part of Clarendon Hills’ ‘Cru’ classification.
The Hickinbotham is more generous on the fruit depth than the neighbouring Clarendon site (10 meters away on the south side of this hill) and luxurious in the mouth. It is typically dark cherried and juicy – and the light, fresh, herb overtone nuances create a stone fruit/dried apricot character. Juicy and fresh, this laser beam of focus is best consumed within its first ten years of life.