As a family partnership, Pyramid Hill Wines is run by a small and dedicated team. Richard Hilder, a long-time viticulturalist with the well known Rosemount Estate, was responsible for establishing many of the original Rosemount vineyards in the Upper Hunter Valley prior to his involvement with Pyramid Hill Wines, and he brings a wealth of viticultural and industry experience to the Pyramid Hill operation. Richard’s wife Delma is involved too, deftly handling the ever-increasing mountain of financial bookwork and compliance paperwork.
Set on the eastern bank of the Goulburn River, near Denman, in the Upper Hunter Valley, the Pyramid Hill vineyards stretch over 72 hectares of undulating landscape that gently slopes away to the Goulburn River.
The vineyard is bordered for 2.5 kilometres by the beautiful sandy bed of the river, with the bush-covered hills of the WollemiNational Park facing the vines from the adjacent river bank. This National Park, along with the Blue Mountains to the south and the Goulburn River National Park to the west, forms a massive wilderness area that covers over 15,000 square kilometres.
Among these rugged hills hides a rare relic of prehistoric times, the famous Wollemi Pine, a genus of tree that dates back to the Jurassic age and yet was only recently discovered. This whole wilderness area provides a pristine source of unpolluted water which nurtures the vines of Pyramid Hill.
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