Chapel Hill Winery Parson's Nose Shiraz 2011
Decadent bouquet of Indian spices and blueberries. On the palate there is satsuma plum and luscious, seamless, firm tannins.
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.