Enjoy award-winning wines from local producer

September 2, 2020 BY

Scotchmans Hill’s Estate is nestled amongst the rich volcanic soil of Mount Bellarine, the immaculately maintained vineyards offer sweeping views of Port Phillip Bay, Mornington Peninsula, Swan Bay and the Heads at Queenscliff out to Bass Straight.

Established in 1982, Scotchmans Hill is located in the heart of the Bellarine Peninsula.
A producer of premium award-winning cool maritime climate wines, Scotchmans Hill has been a leading local winery for over 30 years and is a 5 Red Star Halliday rated Winery and among James Halliday’s Top 100 Australian Wineries.

Scotchmans Hill’s ultimate aim is to produce highly individualistic wines by using both modern and traditional winemaking techniques.

Scotchmans Hill’s Bistro and Cellar Door are currently open from 12pm-7.30pm Thursday to Sunday and 12pm-4pm on Monday (closed Tuesday and Wednesday) for wine and food take-away and local delivery to Drysdale, Clifton Springs, Portarlington, St Leonards, Indented Heads and some areas of Wallington. Scotchmans Hill’s menu has always offered fresh local produce and pairing with their Estate Wines.
Scotchmans Hill is also offering free delivery Australia-wide on all online wine orders over $100. Friends of Scotchmans Hill receive regular membership benefits and savings, signing up is free, visit www.scotchmans.com.au for more information.
Scotchmans Hill’s wines are a complete process from Viticulutre to Winemaking, and Chief Winemaker Robin Brockett has been with the Winery for over 30 years.
“Good wine can be made in the winery, but great wine is made in the vineyard. We focus on managing the vineyard to produce the healthiest, clean and intense fruit characters possible,” Robin said.

Scotchmans Hill’s menu has always offered fresh local produce and paired it with their Estate Wines.

Scotchmans Hill’s Estate is nestled amongst the rich volcanic soil of Mount Bellarine, the immaculately maintained vineyards offer sweeping views of Port Phillip Bay, Mornington Peninsula, Swan Bay and the Heads at Queenscliff out to Bass Straight.
The wines are a true reflection of this environment and a great showpiece of the cool maritime climate wine the region is known for.
New Estate plantings of Fiano, Sangiovese , Gamay, Albarino continue to showcase Scotchmans Hill’s continued innovation towards winemaking and promoting the Bellarine as a prominent wine region of Australia. Bellarine Peninsula grown labels include Cornelius, Scotchmans Hill, Mount Bellarine and Swan Bay.
Scotchmans Hill’s ultimate aim is to produce highly individualistic wines by using both modern and traditional winemaking techniques.
Scotchmans Hill – from plant to pour, connecting people through wine.

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