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Chapel Hill Wines

Glimpse of the Wines


“From the outstanding The Parson range to the wonderfully opulent and iconic The Vicar, Chapel Hill delivers a range of red wines that you don’t need to pray for. There’s something for everyone, no matter your persuasion – and their commitment to sustainability means a long future. Hallelujah!”

Ryan Anderson

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.

Taste some of Chapel Hill's finest...

Recent Blog Posts

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