A night on the red wine or red soil... whichever way you look at it, Hollick Estates' inaugural event 'A Night On The Red' is set to be a red hot evening!
Get out your diary and lock in Saturday 24th September - We promise good tunes, good wine, good food and good times!
Local cover band 'The Jacks' will be setting the mood, playing live music all night long in the Hollick Barrel Shed. We've seen the playlist and this talented bunch have all your favourites, both old and new. Dancing shoes are a must!
Time: 6.00pm - 11.30pm
$30 At The Door
FREE Drink on arrival
FREE Hollick glass to take home
FREE Bus to/from Penola
A large range of Hollick wines will be available for purchase, along with beer & soft drinks.
Upstairs at Hollick will also have a variety of locally-inspired gourmet food boxes on offer to ensure you don't go hungry.
Gather your friends and join us for a night on the red! For more information or to make a booking, phone
We hope you can make it!
Cheers, The Hollick Team
Why not make a weekend of it? Spend Sunday with our friends down the road at Katnook Estate who are hosting a 4 course Spanish Fiesta with Miguel Maestre!! For more information phone (08) 8737 0300 or visit https://www.katnookestate.com.au/events/Miguel-Maestre-at-Katnook.
Introducing a monthly flavour sensation of international cuisines. Hop-on Hop-off with Upstairs at Hollick will provide an authentic and interpretive take on fine gastronomy and flavours from around the world. Beginning late next month during Cellar Dwellers, the 5 course fine dining experience will hop-on at Hollick and hop-off in India! With a sensation of cultural foods from roti, dahl and rice, Hollick is bringing India to Coonawarra!
WHERE - Upstairs at Hollick
WHEN - Friday the 6th of August from 6:00pm
COST - $60 Per person, food only.
Our newly appointed head chef Kirby Shearing has been cooking up a storm at Upstairs at Hollick! With a mouth-watering new menu utilising fresh and local produce and perfectly paired wines, Upstairs at Hollick is something you don’t want to miss. A house crafted wild mushroom tortellini, with a bower spinach, sage cream and kitchen garden herbs paried with our Sangiovese Cabernet Sauvignon, we think yes... Make your next visit to Coonawarra one with Hollick!
The Hollick Team is looking forward to another big road trip this August! It's the 13th Annual Coonawarra Roadshow and we can't wait to share the fun with 25 other wineries from across the region. This year, our Winemaker Joe Cory will be escorting Hollick ladies Marion Patterson, Ellen Davey and Kate Jacob across the countryside to meet with you!
Hollick's first stop will be Melbourne, followed by Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide. There will be plenty of goodies on offer including our new release 2012 Icon Wines.
11th August - Melbourne
5-8pm at the Melbourne Town Hall
12th August - Sydney
5-8pm at the Ivy Sunroom
14th August - Brisbane
2-5pm at the QLD Crickerters' Club
19th August - Adelaide
5-8pm at the Adelaide Zoo
Click here to book tickets
Click here for full event details on the Coonawarra website
Please contact Hollick on 08 8737 2318 or the Coonawarra Vignerons on 08 8737 2392 for further information or assistance.
Over forty years of tireless commitment to Hollick Wines and the Coonawarra community saw Wendy Hollick awarded the prestigious title ‘Patron of Coonawarra’ at this year’s Coonawarra Vigneron’s Cup. Wendy is the first female to join a select few who have received this accolade, which recognizes those who have greatly contributed to the success and character of Coonawarra wine region.
Wendy’s involvement in the Coonawarra wine industry stems back to 1975 when she & Ian Hollick first planted cabernet sauvignon vines on what is now known as the Hollick Neilson’s Block vineyard. Over the years Wendy has been at the forefront of successfully establishing Hollick Wines, which has included building a winery, restaurant & cellar door. However, it is beyond this framework where Wendy’s knowledge, value & dedication become most apparent.
As Sue Hodder highlighted when presenting the award on behalf of the Coonawarra Vignerons, Wendy has been an important mentor for the community, particularly the younger members. She has been instrumental in the area of wine education through her exceptional ability to communicate in simple terms, no doubt a reflection of her previous teaching experience. Wendy’s ongoing support as a volunteer on numerous committees and boards over the years is evidence of her passion for the region. She has been a tremendous advocate for Coonawarra, and has continually explored ways to further tourism.
Wendy graciously accepted her award in front of a large crowd of fellow Coonawarra Vignerons, thanking everyone in the Coonawarra community and stating she has “thoroughly enjoyed every step of the way”.
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