Our family owned business produces boutique wines with integrity and pride and is idyllically located in the Walpole Wilderness National Park. Apart from excellent wines, we also have mild and spicy olive oil, pickled olives, tapanade and a wide range of espresso. Certified organic grapes and olives are the fundamentals for our outstanding products, as we fully certified by The National Association for Sustainable Agriculture. Our cellar door is only 7 kilometres from the Tree Top Walk; drive along Valley of the Giants Road and follow our signs. We are situated on the top of the hill, where you can enjoy amazing views over the heritage listed Walpole Wilderness National Park. Open 7 days from 10am - 5pm. Our aim is to produce an outstanding product, to give YOU confidence to purchase a true ‘clean, green product’. Come join us for a coffee or some olives and wine!
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