Hillingby Wine & Spirits, which owns Cliffnotes Wine & Spirit, is offering a special “cliffside” bottle to fans of the Hillingford brand.
The bottle, which was launched on Thursday, is named Hillingden, after the fictional character from the book “The Hillingdown Hillers,” and was created by Hillingworth-owner Jim Hilling.
The bottle is called Hillingend, a reference to the character’s character from “Hillingdon.”
The bottle will go on sale at retailers nationwide on March 6.
Hillingdale is an Irish-American family run winery that produces the Hill-based brand Hillingbys.
The Hillers, also known as Hillingtons, were the British aristocrats who became famous for their estates in London’s East End, the birthplace of George III.
Hillings are also the name of Hillerstone, a fictional estate in the book.
The original Hillingfields, in Yorkshire, were bought by Sir James Hilling, the first British king to live in the estate.
His wife Anne Boleyn was also born in the Hillings’ Hillingbury estate.
In the book, the Hillers were portrayed as being a family that would never accept money from the government, instead spending their wealth on art and entertainment.
Hillingham’s family was the wealthiest in the English court.
A number of other Hillinghouses are in production, including Hillinghurst and Hillingfall.