In 1969 Bob Roberts shoved a few thousand sticks in the ground and hoped they would grow. Choosing Mudgee, as it has a cool, dry climate, eminently suited to Cabernet Sauvignon, he firmly believed that wines should be affordable and above all, age well.
While the market often looks for young, fresh wines, we believe that there are still more than a few people who love the more crafted, Estate grown, made and bottled styles of wine that stand the test of time. It's all about what's inside the bottle that matters; substance over style.
If you have any questions about the wines that we make, or older Huntington Estate wines in your cellar, we'd love to hear from you.
Tim Stevens, Owner / Chief Winemaker
My dad dragged out a bottle of ‘86 Grange for Christmas lunch. It was great, … read more
In a word, wet. Another word, bloody. Bloody wet sums it up nicely actually.The … read more
Happy vines make happy wine. And happy wines make a happy winemaker.So it was … read more