Caroline Hills Winery

A special offer from The Riddoch’s 2019 Hospitality Partner


Are you looking for elegant, cost effective Christmas gifts for your family or your clients?
Caroline Hills has wines that make a perfect gift at a perfect price.
All purchases of two cases or more have been discounted for purchase from now until Christmas.
Visit us any Saturday or Sunday afternoon for wine tasting and sales.
10% discount at Cellar Door in December.

Pinot GrisPinot Gris: Made with fruit from our vineyards. One of the signature grape varieties for the Mount Gambier region. Pear and apple flavours, best with Asian foods, salads, white meats, fish, pasta and on any occasion.
$200 per case of 12 bottles




Pinot NoirPinot Noir: Made with fruit from our vineyards. One of the signature grape varieties for the Mount Gambier region. Red berry fruit flavours, matches well with most foods. A challenging variety to grow and to make into wine, subtle flavours, aged in oak.
$310 per case of 12 bottles




ShirazShiraz: Made with fruit sourced from the warmer Padthaway region. A big red with intense plum and black cherry flavours. Best with grilled meats, casseroles, strong cheese. Will cellar well.
$240 per case of 12 bottles




Sparkling Pinot GrisSparkling Pinot Gris: Made with fruit from our vineyards. A lovely soft wine with pear and honeysuckle nose. An aperitif and party wine, matches well with deserts and cakes.
$240 per case of 12 bottles




Contact Caroline Hills on 0458198817 or 0408258854 or email to order. Delivery free of charge in the Mount Gambier region
Caroline Hills is owned and operated by Terry and Helen Strickland, 489 Norman Road, Yahl, S.A.


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1 Bay Road, Mount Gambier SA 5290
Phone 08 8721 2563

Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday, Sunday & most Public Holidays 10am – 2pm



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