Clover Hill Tasmanian Exceptionelle


Historically Clover Hill has followed a traditional pathway of vintage and non-vintage Methode Traditionnelle sparkling wines. But are forging a new path.

We believe the most critical elements of sparkling wine are distinctive styles, consistently produced which enables consumers to develop a deep understanding and trust in our brand.

Multi-Vintage is a story of complexity in our base wines. Across vintages we use four different techniques to hold reserve wines, giving our winemakers more creative freedom, resulting in more expressive wines. Our reserve wine approach preserves freshness and character and provides our winemaking team with the ultimate conditions to deliver our house style.

Our Multi-Vintage philosophy is an expression of place, house style and consistency. Blending the best vintages and wine making techniques to build complexity and harmony for outstanding, consistent cuvees each year. Exceptionnelle the epitome of the Clover Hill House style.

Ultimately, we want to share the beauty, elegance, and complexity of sparkling wines with those who choose to discover them.

$ 45.00

The finest parcels of Tasmanian fruit

This Multi Vintage Exceptionnelle exhibits a light straw/green hue in the glass, with a fine persistent mousse. On the nose it delivers vibrant citrus and stone fruits which are complemented by layers of creamy complexity. The palate offers a crisp acidity and a concentration of rich and balanced lemon curd and lime which draw the wine through to a delicious and extended finish.


Acid: 8.4 g/L
pH: 3.06
Alcohol by volume: 12.5%
Residual Sugar: 5.8 g/L

The Real Review: Scored 95 out of 100 and placed #3 of 57 for sparkling whites from Tasmania.

Stuart Knox from The Real Review describes the wine as:

Bright straw yellow and a subtle bead in the core. Poached apple and just baked sourdough aromatics. Fruit tightens into green apple on the palate, still some nice savoury bakery complexity. Both driving acid and a mousse of vigour ensure it has intensity and length, to a crisp and dry finish that lingers long.”

Clover Hill Wine Collection