Domestic Pinot Noir with International Character
Wine aficionados have known for years that the vineyards of Prince Edward County offer wines with a unique personality. Nestled in the heart of Prince Edward County, Hillier provides the ideal environment for all Burgundian varietals. In 2007 the LCBO declared Prince Edward County a designated viticulture area (DVA), possessing characteristics unique enough to be seen as a stand alone appellation.
Boutique Wine for Discerning Palates
Good Pinot Noir is considered to be the pinnacle of viticultural achievements. Unlike many grape producers, at Keint-He we like to think of our vineyards as a habitat for our vines. We believe that our vines should prosper in harmony with their environment, not in spite of it.
A Small Island With Big Potential
The county’s island climate coupled with rich limestone deposits appeal to the fruits fickle and sometimes stubborn qualities. The result is a wine with traits that are definitively Pinot, while still having signatures in the nose and mouth that set our wine apart as a unique and fresh addition to the spectrum of Pinots offered across the globe.
A Page of History in the Making
The Keint-he Pinot Noirs of Hillier are a truly exciting chapter in a story that has been unfolding since before the fall of Rome. A story with deep and layered aromas; one with subtle fruits and tannins. A story that is told by the sip, by the glass or by the bottle. A story that started centuries ago … the story of wine.