Chapel Hill

5 Star Winery - Halliday Wine Companion

"A leading medium-sized winery in the region." - James Halliday

"Chapel Hill Winery is named after our iconic ironstone Chapel, built by Methodist settlers to the McLaren Vale area and officially opened on December 5, 1865... The Chapel began its next chapter in the early 1970’s... Thomas Nelson purchased the building and surrounding land from the Uniting Church and planted the first vines on the site in 1972, the foundation for the current Chapel Hill Winery... The growth of Chapel Hill Winery into a world-renowned wine producer was led by winemaker Pam Dunsford. Pam was a pioneering winemaker in South Australia. The first female graduate of the acclaimed winemaking course at Roseworthy in 1983, Pam’s work led to many acclaims and awards for Chapel Hill Winery, a lot of those great wines from the 1990’s are still drinking beautifully today." - Chapel Hill


  • Chapel Hill The Vicar 2013

    Chapel Hill The Vicar 2013

    Region: SA- McLaren Vale
    Vegan-friendly Sustainably-made

    WINE FRONT 95 POINTS!     "Powerhouse shiraz out of McLaren Vale. This is how you do it. Lots of beef and muscle, but sculpted. Blackberry, iodine, dark chocolate, redcurrant, a general swagger. As much red berries as black berries...

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  • Chapel Hill The Vicar 2006

    [SOLD-OUT] Chapel Hill The Vicar 2006

    Region: SA- McLaren Vale

    "The Vicar is Chapel Hill's flagship wines. The grapes are selected from Chapel Hill's most outstanding parcels of McLaren Vale Shiraz and this iwine embodies our vision of the region, variety and winemaking excellence. Where the previous releases have...


  • [SOLD-OUT] Chapel Hill The Vicar 2001

    Region: SA- McLaren Vale

    Chapel Hill is based around an historic stone church, so it is appropriate that the flagship red wine for the company be named The Vicar. More wine Vicar? The Vicar has only attended five times in the history of Chapel Hill. His first visitation was in...