Situated on 12 acres – planted in 2000, this winery has approximately 12,000 vines consisting of Chardonnay, Pinot, Gewürztraminer and Maria Field.
The vineyard is located on the western slopes of Mount Macedon, it is surrounded by the Macedon Regional Park and overlooks the Black Forrest. It is 690 metres above sea level so you can expect a couple of snowfalls each winter.
Cellar door was built in 1994, using Blue Stone and burnt timber beams. It still has the same character and charm to this day.
There is also a farm area around the vineyard and two acres of gardens around the house and cellar door have been re-instated to their former glory, with many rhodendrons and azaleas being planted in the shade of the cut leaf birches, and roses and Australian natives enjoying the northern sun in the afternoons. There is little problem with watering as we have a number of bores, with fresh clean water from the springs under Mount Macedon.