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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

There’s an exciting and important movement happening in our region that we want you to know about. A group of thoughtful producers and makers putting their heads together to solve some of the problems with our broken food system. This good bunch of small, family farms and businesses has been quietly forging their own community over the last few years, putting their combined efforts into a system that delivers a win–win. And now they’re bringing it to Melbourne. And we’ve jumped on board.

The Prom Coast Food Collective is by-passing the many layers between farm and plate to deliver real food – nutritious food with more flavour that can only come from being grown in soil that is still full of life – straight into the hands of the conscious consumer who not only wants quality but the knowledge that their dollar is supporting ethical family businesses and farming practices that are good for the planet.

And in this model, the producer gets their fair share of that dollar too, rewarding their efforts to go above and beyond in the paddock.



  • 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.

  • Moving with the times

    May 31, 2020

    Dear friends Wow, we have been overwhelmed by the amazing response to our last email. Thank you so much to everyone who got in touch and put their hand up for some wine. It is reassuring to know that so many of you out there are doing your best in these trying times and actively … Continued

  • A kick up the bum

    March 28, 2020

    March sees us in voluntary self-isolation anyway as we shut out all distractions and focus our energy into harvesting our crop, but with our customers shutting up shop we’re feeling the paradigm shift even in our little oasis

  • A brief history… and wine

    December 13, 2019

    Five years on The Wine Farm and we’re gathering knowledge of the seasons and how the farm responds. We bank this knowledge in a special corner of the cellar. It’s called library stock.