2015 has started with a bang

This year will be our 15th vintage and since opening the cellar door just three years ago, more and more people are discovering our wine and the secret of the dirt.

2015 has started with a bang. We wrapped a lot of wine enjoyment and art-focussed happenings into the SheppARTon festival during March at the cellar door and locations across Greater Shepparton. Our involvement included the Tasmanian connection art exhibition, artisanal gin tasting, an Asian inspired lunch and the festival club - all staged the cellar door. Our wine was served at the longest lunch and made a cameo at opera in the orchard. As part of the festival, Richard ploughed a geoglyph into the cellar door paddock, this year in the shape of a huge serpent. Cellar door visitors have enjoyed walking along the geoglyph and viewing it with a glass of wine in hand from the new vergola-covered deck. After burning the geoglyph paddock, in preparation for harrowing and sowing, Richard confessed he’s now “into charcoal”, along with dirt and wine of course! The cellar door is really rocking and our effervescent cellar door manager Susan is already taking bookings for Christmas. 

Thank you for your continued support. 

A geoglyph in the shape of a huge serpent was ploughed into the cellar door paddock as part of this year's  SheppARTon festival.