We offer a number of wine experiences for you to enjoy your joie de vin, and give you the opportunity to explore why our wines are sought after by Australia’s top restaurants and premium hotels.
Our cellar door experiences go beyond the traditional, reflecting the love and personal care we show to our vines and wines. Our individual seated wine experiences enable a tailored & personalised exploration of our wines . We have 4 separate tasting zones available that seat a maximum of 6 people, so you can relax with your friends away from the crowds.
Our cellar door lawns offer ample space for you to relax with a glass of wine and a grazing board as you soak up the fresh country air and beautiful vineyard views.
We recommend booking so you’ll be able to enjoy the perfect experience for you. Come and experience a taste of France at the home of 2018 Australian Wine of the Year!
Have you visited us before and would simply like to soak up our beautiful views with a glass or two of your favourite wine and a grazing board? You can order wine by the glass or bottle, and a vigneron board from our concierge, and then sit back, relax, and savour the beauty of our cellar door lawns and vineyard views.
Or maybe you’re looking for a quick introduction to our wine? Our concierge would be more than happy to provide a brief introduction and a complementary sample of three of our most popular wines. Piqued your interest? Then you are more than welcome to book into one our wine experiences for a more detailed insight into our wines.
A scenic 3 hour drive from Sydney/Newcastle/Hunter Valley; 2 hours from Orange/Millthorpe/Dubbo, 1.5 hours from the Blue Mountains/Bathurst, and 45 minutes from Mudgee. For directions, please click here.
If you’re planning to visit as a group of 6 or more, bookings are required. Please contact us beforehand so we can arrange your visit in the best way for you to make the most of the experience.
Please note that buses are not permitted on our property without prior approval. And well behaved dogs on leashes are welcome outside 🙂
We look forward to seeing you!
One of our cellar door buildings is named after “The Grafter” who won the 1898 Melbourne Cup, and is buried on the property. In 2000, we used local stonemasons to repair and re-purpose this beautiful 170 year old sandstone stable to become part of our cellar door.
And if the rumours are true, you’ll be in good company…Harry Redford (immortalised as bushranger “Captain Starlight” in Robbery Under Arms by local magistrate Thomas Brown under the pseudonym Rolf Boldrewood) is said to have whiled away many a day and night on our property, which was owned by his brother, when his cattle rustling drew too much attention from the local constabulary.