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Chapel Hill Wines

Glimpse of the Wines


Chapel Hill Winery in McLaren Vale was built on the site of the Seaview Chapel and school house. The 1865 ironstone Chapel still proudly stands today and is an integral feature of the tasting room. Planting of the vineyard commenced in 1972 and the first vintage was in 1975. Perched on the edge of the spectacular Onkaparinga Gorge, shallow rocky soils are a feature with sweeping views back over McLaren Vale and Gulf St Vincent.

Down the winery


Named after the iconic ironstone chapel built in 1865 in McLaren Vale as a place of worship, school and gathering, the sociability long continues at Chapel Hill in its current role as a winery. Chapel Hill first flourished as a winery over a century later thanks to pioneering winemaker Pam Dunsford – the first female graduate of the acclaimed winemaking course at Roseworthy. Pam’s work led to many awards for Chapel Hill with many of those great wines from the 1990s still drinking beautifully today.

Chapel Hill MV Bush Vine Grenache

IT ALL STARTS WITH GRAPES


The unsung hero of McLaren Vale, the history and tradition of our region can be enjoyed with a glass of this wine that is crafted from old bush vine Grenache. These old, low yielding vines result in small berries, thick skins and open bunches which deliver bright fruit flavours and an invigorating rustic savoury texture.

Chapel Hill MV Shiraz

SHOWCASING MCLAREN VALE'S BROODING SAVOURY SIDE


Showcasing McLaren Vale’s brooding savoury side, which when enhanced with the regions plush dark fruits transports Shiraz to a deliciously ethereal level.

Chapel Hill's McLaren Vale range of wines demonstrate the winery's sense of place. These single varietal expressions utterly encapsulates the charm of McLaren Vale and shares what makes the region so special.