I think it would be too highly geared for you on the hills to be honest, unless you're planning to start racing. It's really geared more for time-trialling than touring. You could change it to a compact setup to give you lower gears, but that would probably cost a few hundred pounds as Campagnolo gears are not cheap. Also it won't take mudguards or a rack.
However, if that hasn't put you off let me know if you want to take a look.