The plan to make wine together was hatched over a few beers. It seemed a natural evolution of our friendship and professional careers.
It took two years to find a vineyard that suited the style of Pinot Noir we wanted to make. We picked the fruit together and fermented three barrels of wine in a friend’s small winery.
We’ve since moved production to a small, purpose-built winery on the Mornington Peninsula. We’ve gone from 80 dozen in 2008 to 1000 dozen in 2015 with no let-up in our diligent, hands-on approach.
Our focus remains on Pinot Noir and the regions of Gippsland and Mornington Peninsula. However, we also produce a tiny amount of single site Gippsland Chardonnay, Mornington Peninsula Pinot Gris and Yarra Valley Rosé.