An old label has been revived with new identity and purpose. Nick Haselgrove saw merit in Clarence Hill because it has provenance; since its inception in 1990, it has pleased many customers with its generous, full-fruited wines. Nick appreciated that the brand needed rejuvenation, with improved production quality and smart fruit selection, but – as the Clarence Hill label and branding shows – there remains a respectful nod to classic styling. Its growth and improvement is underlined by premium value, and high praise despite its modest pricing. As the entry level to Nick’s portfolio, Clarence Hill wines achieve a pleasing meld of soft palates, ripe fruit and rich flavour – approachable wines that drinkers have no qualms reaching for a second glass of.