Ambush Hill can be defined as the act of waiting in a concealed position in order to launch a suprise attack. Just like it’s namesake this Red Wine Vinegar from Oliver’s Taranga Vineyards is bottled and when released performs a dance on the tastebuds
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In 1839 William and Elizabeth Oliver travelled to South Australia from Scotland. Their passage from Liverpool to Adelaide was aboard the sailing ship “Delhi’. In 1841 they chose to settle in McLaren Vale, attracted by the ideal farming land which had been recently surveyed for white settlers. Sheep and cattle were raised and orchards and vineyards were planted immediately upon arrival. ‘AMBUSH HILL’ is one of the contours situated on our property recorded on an old McLaren Vale map (circa1920’s) by topographer Captain WH Edmund.
70% Aged Red Wine Vinegar
30% Concentrated ‘Balsamic’ Must