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The Wine Farm is where we grow the wine we want to drink and
the food we want to eat. It's where our kids get muddy, our dog
can howl without upsetting the neighbours and we can breathe.


Letters from The Wine Farm

As summer draws to a close, a snap lockdown gives us pause to reflect before we dive headfirst into vintage 2021. The nets are on meaning the vineyard work is done for another growing season, and our summer cellar door has creaked shut as we recharge the batteries in time to start picking.

We’ve come to realise, particularly during this last year of a global pandemic and escalating climate crisis, that making a luxury product isn’t doing anything particularly good for the world. We are very conscious of what we consume and do whatever we can to support businesses that operate in a way that regenerates, rather than extracts from, the world around them. Yet here we are, growing and making a product no-one really needs, and using precious resources in the process.

So how do we sleep at night?



  • And breathe…

    December 14, 2020

    After 12 months in barrel and a luxurious 18 months in bottle, our 2018 Pinot noir is ready to make its debut, and just in time for the season.

  • Collective good

    July 26, 2020

    There’s an important movement happening in our region that we want you to know about. The Prom Coast Food Collective is supporting ethical family businesses and farming practices that are good for the planet. And we’ve jumped on board.

  • Winter whites

    July 10, 2020

    Hearty winter fare means gutsy cabs or at least a fruit forward pinot, surely?
    I beg to differ.

  • Vintage 2020

    June 30, 2020

    The sixth on our farm and, while no two vintages have been the same, this one was right off the charts. Read our notes from what was a wacky ride in the world of wine.