Hilltops Wine Producers
Our Wine Producers all have Vineyards in the Hilltops Region, and are characterised by their diversity.
Ranging from large scale commercial plantings, to smaller boutique enterprises.
Quality is the keynote with wines and fruit sourced from the Hilltops Region regularly attracting major awards. The classic red varieties Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz are especially prominent but there is also a growing recognition of the Hilltops Region’s potential for Italian varieties such as Nebbiolo, Sangiovese and Rondinella.
More details are available by clicking on the links below for individual producers, including cellar door access and retail sales.
Winery is open 7 days a week. With over 20 wines to sample this is an experience not to miss. The owner and vigneron Brian and his wife Sue are hands on and will take you through a line up of wines rarely seen in Australia. Nebbiolo is the specialty. Winner of the Gourmet Traveller Wine award for Hilltops Best Cellar Door for the past six years.
‘Brian Freeman – a former university wine science professor – is doing remarkable things with his eclectic Hilltops vineyard.’
HUON HOOKE, GOOD FOOD GUIDE
Bespoke Cellar Door Tastings of specialist Italian varietal wines available by appointment…
Cellar Door, Farm Gate Shop and Pick Your Own Cherry Orchard. Award winning wines, jams, sauces, gifts, local products. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and 7 days in cherry season. Ballinaclash, more than just a Cellar Door.
“Aged and affordable wine.” The grapes for Lockwood Wines are hand picked and processed in small batches by traditional European methods, including the use of a small crusher / destemmer and basket press.
Specialist producer of premium wines using organic viticultural methods. We invite you to further explore and appreciate the distinctive quality of Trandari Wines by visiting our cellar door at the Taubman and Webb Trading Post.
In 2002, Jason and Alecia Brown began their search for a vineyard from which to pursue their dreams of making world class Shiraz. They now have one of the largest vineyards in the region.
All of our wines are made at the Chalkers Crossing Winery on Grenfell Road in Young, NSW. We use traditional methods along with state-of-the-art equipment to create a truly exceptional product.
McWilliams purchased the Barwang Hilltops vineyard in 1989, expanding it from 13 to 100 acres and investing significantly in its growing capacity.
Since then McWilliams has championed the region utilising Hilltops fruit not only within the Barwang range but across their MCW 480 Estate, MCW 660 Reserve and 1877 premium wine ranges.