Chapel Hill

Originally the Christian Bible Church for the local area then later also used as a parish school; the chapel closed in its centenary year (1965) and fell into disrepair until its restoration in the 1970s by Adelaide Professor, Tom Nelson. Tom commenced the establishment of a winery and the Chapel Hill brand in 1973 and six years later the site was purchased by a partnership of the Sellick and Gerrard families who enjoyed considerable success in developing the Chapel Hill wines. Gerrard bought out the Sellick family in the 80’s. A new winery was constructed in 1994 with a capacity of 1000 tonnes the equivalent of around 80,000 cases of wine. In 2000 Chapel Hill was acquired by the Swiss based family of Thomas Schmidheiny.

Chapel Hill owns and operates 44 hectares of vineyards and purchases fruit from a select group of McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills vignerons.

Since 2006 there have been a number of significant changes within the business. Changes to vineyards, wine styles, packaging and personnel have significantly contributed to a new look Chapel Hill that is totally dedicated to producing the best possible quality range of wines that articulate the stylistic expression the region.

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2011 Chapel Hill Chardonnay
  The 2011 Chapel Hill Chardonnay was produced from fruit grown in two of South Australia’s most acclaimed Chardonnay regions: McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills. These neighbouring regions exemplify Chardonnay’s invigorating flavour spectrum and both contribute distinctive varietal flavours that mingle effortlessly to culminate in a wine of delicious mouth feel and sublime texture. In this wine, McLaren Vale’s fruit drive is given additional finesse and structure by the Chardonnay from the Adelaide Hills.  ..
Single Price: AU $17.50
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AU $15.50

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Chapel Hill Parson's Nose Shiraz
  The 2012 Parsons Nose Shiraz displays decadent aromas of blueberries and star anise, dusted with a cinnamon spice. The luscious palate is brimming with Satsuma plum flavours that seamlessly integrate with the gently textured oak and the firm persistent tannins. Awards: 91 pts (Gary Walsh, Winefront) 91 pts (Mike Bennie, WINE100) 90 pts (James Halliday, Aust Wine Companion)       ..
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AU $15.50

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