Scotchmans Hill, a Winery in the Center of the Bellarine Peninsula
Scotchmans Hill is a winery located in the center of the Bellarine Peninsula and was established in 1982. They produce fresh, premium, maritime climate wines. For more than thirty years, Scotchmans Hill has been considered as one of the best local wineries and is also in James Halliday’s list of Top 100 Australian Wineries. Their estate-grown labels include Scotchmans Hill, Swan Bay, and Cornelius. The vineyards are well-maintained and overlook the Port Philip Bay. The winery houses a temperature-controlled hall that can store over 1000 barrels. Both traditional and modern equipment are present in their wine production. The main aim is to produce quality wines by combining tradition with advanced techniques. Annually, they produce almost 600 tonnes of wines and for multiple local clients.