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Max Allen, GTW Magazine, August 2019

It’s a bright fresh autumn day and Andrew Hardy is striding through his family’s vineyard at Upper Tintara, in a secluded corner of McLaren Vale. His great-great-grandfather, South Australian wine legend Thomas Hardy, bought this place from its founder, Dr Alexander Kelly, another important wine pioneer, in the 1870s.

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Tyson Stelzer, WBM Magazine, July 2019

One of the legendary stories of Australian wine history has just been reborn. I suspect this country has not seen a new release of such pedigree, such depth of history and such sheer and effortless magnificence since the very launch of Hill of Grace itself in 1958.

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Angus Hughson, WISH Magazine, July 2019

The little hamlet of Upper Tintara sits largely hidden from view in a small valley directly north of the town of McLaren Vale in South Australia. To the initiated, this little patch of dirt, which backs onto the Onkaparinga National Park, is hallowed ground.

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