Sally’s Paddock: South facing towards the mountains this undulating slope makes the most of the East and West sunlight on different aspects as well the full sun in midsummer. Natural Red Ironbark, Red Gum and Red Stringy-bark tree lines on the West and South protect it from strong winds during flowering and grape set.
The North Paddock: Pinot Noir, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc on a gently sloping North face of Sally’s Hill.
Rocky Ridge: An uncomfortably steep and rocky ridge planted to Pinot Noir in 2000.
The Westerner: A high West facing vineyard of self-managing Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot vines. Easy to prune, its capacity to balance foliage, crop and ripening without much care is remarkable.