Wily Trout Vineyard

The Wily Trout Vineyard straddles the north east facing slopes of the granite hills that lie in the heart of the Murrumbateman and Canberra Wine Region. It is renowned for its soft, peppery shiraz and elegant aromatic white varieties. Now in the hands of the second generation, Will Bruce.

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Surveyor's Hills Winery

Surveyors Hill Vineyards is a family-owned business set on a 140-acre/56-hectare property in Wallaroo, near the village of Hall, north-west of Canberra. The family purchased the former Park Lane Winery property in June 1996.

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Summerhill Road Wines

A few years ago, Anthony and Sarah decided to follow their dreams and buy a small beautiful vineyard, not far from Canberra. At the time, Anthony was studying viticulture and Sarah a wine enthusiast – a perfect match. To seal the deal, they were to be given (by the previous owners) a big red tractor and a black dog – the rest is history!

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Sholto Wines

Jacob entered the wine industry at the age of 18 under the tutelage of Rob Howell (Jeir Creek wines) and Greg Gallagher (Gallagher wines), and has worked alongside many other local and national winemakers. Having gained a wealth of experience through various wineries across New South Wales, Jacob launched Sholto Wines in 2015 with a focus on more of the alternative varieties and styles that few hear about.

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Sapling Yard Wines

Sapling Yard wines are hand crafted using grapes sourced from our boutique vineyard in Braidwood together with the finest quality fruit carefully selected from premium vineyards in Murrumbateman and Tumbarumba regions.

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Quarry Hill Winery

Quarry Hill is a boutique, family owned and run vineyard situated just outside Canberra and is part of the Canberra cool-climate region, with elevations ranging from 630m up to 655m. Established in 1999 by Professor Deane Terrell, ex-vice-chancellor of the Australian National University, it was named after a section of the property that provided rock for the construction of the Barton Highway. Rock is indeed a feature of the vineyard, which has a diversity of geology including granite, quartz, limestone and shale.

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Pankhurst Wines

Pankhurst uses their expert knowledge of viticulture and winemaking to produce high quality wines. They ensure they use environmentally friendly practices and pride themselves on maintaining a healthy wine growing ecosystem.

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