Quoin Hill Vineyard is a family run operation established in 1997, situated on 46 acres of volcanic soil at an elevation of 520 metres making it the highest and also the southern most vineyard in the Pyrenees Wine Region.
There are 8 acres of vines at present made up of 5 varieties, being Shiraz, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Tempranillo and Pinot Noir. All wine is made from Estate grown grapes. The first vintage was 2001, of which Shiraz and Chardonnay were produced. Both of these wines were awarded Wine Show medals.