89 Points Robert Parker
Medium brick in color, the 1982 Hill of Grace opens with aromas of game, dried cherries, plum preserves, sauteed herbs and dried rose buds. Medium-bodied with balanced, crisp acid and low to medium levels of chewy tannins, it is a little lacking in mid-palate before finishing with good length. It is mature.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Lisa Perrotti-Brown. April, 2013