Pyramid Hill stands out for its fresh, elegant wines, a world away from the ripe blockbusters often associated with Australia. Located in the Upper Hunter Valley, Pyramid Hill is family-owned and run by a small, dedicated team. It was in the 1990s that documentary filmmakers Nick Adler and wife Caroline Sherwood first spied this beautiful estate, an old dairy in the rugged hills of the Wollemi National Park. Leaving behind their London/Sydney commute, they formed a partnership with viticulturalist Richard Hilder and wife Dilma, founding Pyramid Hill in 1996. Highly respected for his pioneering work at Rosemount, Richard has transformed the estate into 72 hectares of vineyards, managed block by block according to soil types and microclimate. Popular not only with ‘new world’ wine lovers but ‘old world’ purists too, Pyramid Hill’s wines are exclusive to Corney & Barrow in the UK.