Sacred Hill has brought out new labels inspired by the landscape of the Hawke’s Bay and Marlborough vineyards where its wines are grown. The green line illustrations of rolling hills and calm bays reflect the fresh, natural taste of the wines.
“At Sacred Hill, we know that great wines begin in the vineyard,” said managing director David Mason. “We have several vineyards in two of the world’s premium wine regions, so it’s fitting to pay homage to the land with our new look.”
David and Mark Mason started Sacred Hill in 1986 when the family farm was turned into vineyards. The fresh, vibrant wines are its legacy – the Chardonnay recently won Gold Medal at the New World Wine Awards.
Other products available in the new-look range are Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, and Merlot Cabernet. The vibrant range pairs well with summer fare and the new labels are a great-looking addition to any shelf.
Sacred Hill’s new look reflect the wine’s origins so that the wine is not just recognisable by region, but by country – the brand is exporting their wines to overseas markets and wants the lovingly-crafted wine to be recognisably New Zealand.